We believe that food is the simplest and tastiest bridge between culture and people. You can read all sorts of guides until the cows come home for the best places to eat in Jaipur but that will rarely take you out of the restaurant, in the real lush food jungle that is Jaipur. We are here to help get the best of Indian street food! On the food tour, we'll make our way through eight of the city's best stands of street food, exploring the town at the same time. Our tour will bring you to secret food havens nestled throughout this beautiful town and along the way you'll learn about the history of it, from a true insider. So join other enthusiasts, and fill your stomach with delicious dishes, and our mind with fun history, rich culture, and story insights of the neighborhood we visit. Please note that the time and date of the tour are flexible so if the default time doesn't suit you feel free to message me and we can figure it out. By default, the tour will start at 7:00 pm.
Hello! I'm Rishabh 27 years old foodie, after working with around 300+ internationals and 2 years in Europe I settled back in Jaipur where I am born and bred, after working in tourism for around 2 years I have realized the importance of sustainable tourism and local experiences hence I started Nomadic tours. After my time in tourism, I was inspired to create an authentic experience for travelers that enriches their experience of India while simultaneously supporting the local community. Harshit is my co-host for this experience.
In the food tour, we will try over 12+ dishes and go to 8+ food stops. Big enough to skip the dinner and breakfast ;)
Mineral bottled water
Sanitizer and Napkins
We will go towards the modern part of Jaipur, a Punjabi neighboorhood known as Raja park. Our meeting point is the Vodaphone store located at Panchvati circle, Raja Park.
1-Please make sure not to eat a big lunch on the day of the tour 2-Please dress according to the weather conditions 3-let us know if you have any food allergy, or other dietary restrictions 4-Please don't wear a short shirt or shorts since we will visit a Sikh temple.