Jaisalmer Food Guide: 5 Must-Visit Eateries

by Vinita Jain
by Vinita Jain 208

Jaisalmer is one of the royal cities in Rajasthan. It is famous for the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort, royal Havelis, palace museum, jain temples, etc. Along with this, the golden city also has a rich food culture. Jaisalmer includes some of the ancient joints which are serving delectable cuisines for ages. You can also taste a variety of royal and authentic snacks here like Dal Pakwan, Kachori, Samosa, and a lot more. So, let’s explore some exclusive food joints in Jaisalmer

1. Fateh Ki Kachori

Fateh Ki Kachori is a legendary food stall that is in Jaisalmer for about 40-45 years. It is still a small regular kind of food stall serving luscious kachoris, Mirchi Vada, bread fritters, etc. It is a very simple preparation but because of the balance of flavors present in every item, Fateh Ki Kachori is an iconic food joint.

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2. Mohit Pakwan Bhandar

Various stalls in Jaisalmer serve this authentic Sindhi dish called Dal Pakwan. Mohit Pakwan Bhandar is a 15-year-old food stall. The Pakwan is made up of finely grounded wheat flour that is served with piping hot flavorful chana dal. Mohit Pakwan Bhandar top this Dal Pakwan with tomatoes, onions, green chilis, and some raw spices. Mohit Pakwan Bhandar is apparently very famous because they were the ones who had a stall of Dal Pakwan at Sonam Kapoor’s wedding.

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3. The Trio

You’re in Rajasthan so it is mandatory to try some authentic Rajasthani food. The Trio is one of the best restaurants in Jaisalmer. The food served here is absolutely luscious, they have standard cuisines as well as some Rajasthani delicacies like Ker Sangri, Dal Baati, Gatte ka Saag, Laal Maas, and a lot more. You can relish your meals both indoors and outdoors, as they also have terrace-sitting.

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4. Restaurant Romany

This restaurant serves some local Indian cuisines, vegan options, authentic non-vegetarian food, and some Asian cuisines too. The staff is extremely courteous and friendly. Along with the fort view, Romany serves some scrumptious non-vegetarian options too like chicken, laal maas, mutton, etc.

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5. Green Park Restaurant Jaisalmer

It is a pure vegetarian restaurant and it is located on the outskirts of Jaisalmer. The ambiance compliments your meal. They also have both indoor and outdoor seating available. Green Park Restaurant is a decent place to have a fulfilling yet delicious meal. Along with some Indian and Rajasthani cuisines, it does contain some Chinese options and yum beverages.

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