This Dhaba In Udaipur Offers Authentic Rajasthani Food Fit For The Kings

by Vinita Jain

Udaipur popularly known as the city of lakes lies in the state of Rajasthan. It is also that one city that serves authentic Mewari cuisines. From both sweet and savory items, Udaipur city promises you scrumptious delicacies. Rajasthani cuisine is predominantly vegetarian and high in flavors. And eating this traditional food at Dhabas just increases the taste. Dhabalogy Udaipur is one such place that serves you authentic Rajasthani food that is much more than Kachoris and Dal Baati Churma. Basically, Dhabalogy is located in Nathdwara which is nearby Udaipur.


This Dhaba has a very traditional Rajasthani ambiance. The ambiance is engaging, as it’s a mix of Rajasthani and Bollywood wallpapers. Dhabalogy even has a few vintage cars kept in their glass stores as a showpiece. A beautiful garden is also present there where you can walk for a while, or get on the swing.


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What All Do They Offer?

They offer a wide variety of Mewari, South Indian, and North Indian cuisines. Initially, for starters, they serve a Makki ka papad with green and garlic chutneys. Later on, you can order according to your choice. But it is advisable to try their traditional food. Dhabalogy offers a massive number of authentic Mewar cuisines. You can relish their evergreen Dal Baati Churma, Gatte ka Saag, Ker Sangri, Bajre ki roti, Sarso ka Saag, Mewari dhokla, Kaali dal, and a lot more. All their dishes have a unique taste because of the way they are made. Dhabalogy adapts traditional ways of cooking in this modern world. Both the quality and quantity are sufficient and soul-satisfying.

Dhabalogy is a perfect Dhaba with all the modern facilities.


Dhabalogy was started in 2017. It has its own farmhouse where wheat and all the other kinds of flours are grown. They mostly have ladies’ staff working there from nearby villages. The whole food preparation is done in the traditional way like by using sigri (a special kind of stove), coal, grinding stone, cow dung cakes, etc.

You can visit this place while your next trip to Udaipur or Nathdwara in Rajasthan. They promise to host you at their best.

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