Do you know what is the most difficult part of living in Jaipur – this place will always find an excuse to ditch your diet plans cause not a week goes by and some restaurant opens up in some corner of the Pink City. No matter what goes with our diet plans, Jaipur Beat is again set to uncover another foodie outlet set in the most beautiful moods of the city near Albert Hall, Ram Niwas Bagh.
This is more special to those who were born and brought up in Jaipur, as somewhere deep in their memoirs this place carries the nostalgia of Ram Niwas Bagh’s Kiran Café, which was later converted into Sawan Badho Bagh by JMC. Deep inside it was painful to see that go few years ago. But now the pomp is back with a new name- ‘Masala Chowk’ to celebrate the same tastes’ of Jaipur’s street food.
Masala Chowk- as the name suggests is a place to satiate your tastes buds with masaledar spicy food in an open air set up.
Be it your morning’s first cutting chai at Banna ji or Gulab ji, your guiltiest faluda ice cream from link road, tantalizing Prem prakash ka samosa , sweet-smelling Bhagat ke Ladoo, fiery pyaaz ki kachori , sizzling aloo tikki, or crisp masalaledar dosa, staple dal baati the solid taste of Jaipur’s street food are all here at one place. The street stalls from the famous Link road, Johri Bazaar, and other roadside vendors of the city are arranged at Masala Chowk offering the essence and legacy of Jaipur on little platters.
The palate that passed on generation-to-generation is symbolic of the sincere love by all Jaipurites. The utterly mesmerizing setting, near the 200 years old site Albert hall flanked by lush green gardens and the veteran hands of the bawarchis have preserved the legacy that makes this place more special and outstanding.
Let’s take a tour through our pictures of this new place-
So, make sure you head out and get a taste of Jaipur Street Food only at Masala Chowk at Ram Niwas Bagh, near Albert Hall at your earliest. Cheers 🙂