The Lassi here is a treat. It is fresh, thick, served in traditional earthen glasses and reasonably priced. Nostalgic!
Everybody will tell you about lassiwala, there is the real one and there are all the copies. So you have to try one! Lassis are really good, fresh and it's a nice experience!
We were taken here by our guide, and how glad I am to have had the sweet lassi, totally delicious, unctuous and creamy, yum! I loved it so much I carried the lovely thick terracotta cups all the way back to the UK, wish I could have carried lassiwala too.
While I was eating at Niro's restaurant a patron told me to visit this place which is right across the street. I crossed the street and found out they had closed for the day, it was only around 4pm. But there are Lassiwala places next door too. I tried the place on the right side and this drink was delicious,... More
It is much hyped than reality. You may find as good Lassi even in Jaipur. I had it with my wife and daughter and we all concluded that it was good, but definitely not extra-ordinary. The worst thing about this place is that there is no car parking near it and you may risk being booked by the traffic police... More
This is one place that we always try to visit when in Jaipur. There are four shops in a row, but the lassiwala you should look out for is the very first one as you move ahead of the chowk. The lassi is fabulous and his stock usually finishes around 3pm, which is why you must go there as early... More
I went for Jaipur tour and the one thing i'll never forget is the LASSIWALA's best lassi. Remember to chose the orignal lassiwala shop, there are four shops in row, but you will find crowd in only one shop. shop is first shop from the chowk, see the photo.
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