To give you the treat of several street foods, an open air food court has been opened up in Ram Niwas Garden. The name of this place is “Masala Chowk”, where you can taste a variety of street food from all over Jaipur. Masala means ‘spice’ and chowk means ‘public square’ or an ‘open area’. Masala Chowk has become immensely popular among the locals as it offers street food at a single place.
There are around 21 outlets of street food right from chats, gol-gappas, tea, dosa, samosa and many more. Celebrate the taste of Jaipur’s street food at pocket friendly prices!
This place brought back the memories of famous ‘Kiran Café which was very popular among Jaipur residents during the era of 70-80’s.
Some of the street foods you must taste at Masala Chowk are:
Samrat’s well-known Samosa and Jalebi
Somilal’s famous Mishri Mawa and Gulab Sakri
Everyone’s favorite Samosa at Shankar Samosewala
Famous masala dosa and uttapam at Raman Dosa
Gol-Gappa or Pani Puri at Gopal Singh Patasi
Prem Prakash Samosa is also famous for yummy Samosa
Delhi Chaat and Café’s Chola Bhatura, Aaloo Tikki and Chola, and Dahi Papdi Chaat
Last but not the least, famous masala chai at Gulabji Chaiwala
Apart from the above street foods, you can also taste the other delicious food items like faluda ice cream from link road, sweet-smelling Bhagat ke Ladoo, fiery pyaaz ki kachori, sizzling aloo tikki, or crisp masalaledar dosa and the solid taste of dal baati.
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.
Famous tourist spot ‘Albert Hall’ is also situated near Masala Chowk which increases the number of tourists and local people at this place. There is a park area attached to Masala Chowk where you can enjoy various musical and entertainment programs.
Satiate your tastes buds at Masala Chowk!