We stayed inside the fort, there was hardly any good reastaurant, all were trying to sell some so called continental & punjabi food, but we were interested in the local Rajasthani food, as I always try to taste the local flavours than just to eat the everyday parathas or omelettes. We asked locals & shopkeepers, they all said that if we really wish to have the best food than go to Riddhi Siddhi restaurant. And bingo, what a good decision we made.
We ordered Special Rajasthani Thali, and I can safely say it that it was the best Rajasthani food I had ever eaten. Ker Sangri, Gatte ki Sabzi, Kadi, Haldi ki sabzi, etc etc were really fabulous. But, the top slot of the honour is reserved for the Dal Batti Churma, I have some frineds who pride themselves in this dish, I have eaten it in Delhi, Jaipur & Jodhpur in some good places, one common problem was every where, the Batti was never fully cooked in the middle, but here it was baked in to a light golden color and it was evenly cooked till the last bite and churma was rich enough to ask for a refill.
As the kids do not eat this type of foods, so they went for Dosa, Chane Bhatura, Noodles and none of the dish was less than good. We even got 8 paxs of Puri Bhaji packed from here for the return journey, with bhaji for the seniors and zeera aaloo for the kids, though we could not eat all the puris but the bhaji & aaloo were gone in a matter of minutes.
In my humble opinion, it was much-much better experience than most of the so called Multi Cusine Restaurants. And one more thing, we were 8 persons, 4 adults, 4 kids - age between 6 yrs to 12 yrs, the total amount was always between Rs.1000-1200, very very reasonable keeping in the mind the amount we ate.
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