Meanwhile in the City of Lakes..

Food in medieval cities has stood the test of time and Udaipur is no exception. Dal baati churma, a traditional Rajasthani staple, is a must-have although few restaurants in the 'touristy' part of town appear to offer it. This mandates a visit to places frequented by the locals, far from the area around the palace. Here's what I  found-



Highly recommended.





Easily the best kulfi I've had in a while





Didn't get a chance to try 'real' pizza but if you do, gimme a review ;)


May your quest for good food lead you to the most unusual of places, like it lead this little guy.


7 comments:

Siddhart said...

'Real' pizza...sounds like a proper tourist trap.

adithi gowda said...

After a long time.. ^_^ Awaiting more! :)

Vaishali Jain said...

For some reasons, I'm glad you didn't post the pictures of the yum food you had there. :P

I know it's a food blog, and sorry for the irrelevance of this question, but what drives you to make people utterly jealous of you?

Akshatha Hegde said...

Vaishali, you ask the strangest of questions. But now that you've mentioned it, pictures of kachori and thali will be added. :P

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divya galagali said...

Dude! This is so cool :D

Merin said...

Ooh. I need that kulfi!

Udaipur looks like an small, quaint city. :)