5 Best Places to Eat in Raja Park

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Jaipur is a city known for its delectable cuisines – be it street food or mouth watering dishes served in fine dining restaurants. A number of cafes, tea lounges and bistros have also sprung up in the city. However, it is often difficult to choose from such a wide range of eating out options. So we have made your job easier my listing here some of the best restaurants in Jaipur. This post is specifically dedicated to the hustling bustling area of Pink City – Raja Park.

Occupied majorly by Punjabis, the area is undoubtedly a haven for food lovers. Since it is a locality popular among students and young professionals staying as paying guests, there are innumerable eating joints here serving a wide array of dishes. Take a look at some of the most popular and best places to eat:

Brewberrys Café:

If you’re looking for lip smacking snacks at reasonable prices then this is the place for you. Open till late at night, this café gives you a wide range to choose from – pizzas, sandwiches, pastas, burgers and not to forget the yummy desserts and drinks. So if you’re looking for a place to indulge in some late night coffee and snack with that someone special or to play a game of scrabble with your friends, go hit Brewberrys.

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As the name suggests, the place is an apt depiction of a rural chai ki thadi. Known for its well designed interiors, the place has ample seating space. If you’re in a rush and need a quick bite like a plate of hot steaming maggi and masala chai, we suggest you try thadi. The place also has on offer a plethora of teas to choose from like – chocolate chai, gur chai, pudina chai, sauf chai, among others.

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Marky Momos:

Open till 2 am, this is another great place to eat if you’re looking for a late night snack. The place serves mouth watering Chinese snacks from Momos to Honey Chilli Potato to Chilly Chicken, you name it…

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Chawla Sweets:

Chawla Sweets has been a name synonymous with Raja Park since decades. If you’re in the mood to eat chaat and street food items like gol gappas, chole bhature, papdi chaat, raj kachori, etc., this place is a must try. Apart from the great taste that is a treat for your taste buds, brownie points for hygiene and quality of food.

Sunrise Bakers & Confectioners:

This bakery has a lot of branches in the Pink City but the one in Raja Park is probably one of the biggest. With yummy patties, hot dogs, foot longs, sandwiches and pastries on offer, Sunrise is an apt place for evening junkies.

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Do tell us, which of these restaurants you have visited before?  And what’s your take on the best restaurants in Jaipur, have we included your favourite? 

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Tusharika Singh

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