Once you are in Rajasthan, you have to indulge in its cuisine. To most of us this translates into dal, baati and churma. While they have their charms, do not neglect the sweets and chat which the city offers – mawa kachori, mirchi bada and ghewar. A lesser known secret is ker sangria, a typically Rajasthani subzi made of wild berries and beans growing in the desert. The trick is to seek out the small dhabas and bhojanalays serving traditional fare. Being a popular tourist destination, you will not want for choice whether your choice of cuisine is Chinese, Continental, Indian or even exotic Thai and Japanese.
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