You can find many options for eating and drinking in Udaipur. From restaurants and bars, lounges to cafes and fine dining that serve Indian specialties – the choices here are endless. The old haveli’s that have been transformed into hotels serve tasty meals too. Most places dish up different kinds of cuisines, so there is no need to worry about what to eat.
The distinct flavor of Udaipur cuisine has been deeply rooted since the bygone era. This city had been a land of Sisodia Rajputs and as part of the Mewar state, certain expectations about the Udaipur cuisine are reasonable. Udaipur was once considered as one of the best kitchen for the royal family. Until now, this city offers some of the finest food for its locals and tourists.
Compared to other major cities of India, the city of Udaipur does not have as much to offer but being a heavily favored tourist destination, every tourist receives his share of bite that best suits his taste bud.
Udaipur is known for many eateries that serve in platter and you can find unlimited servings of Rajasthani dishes like daals, chapattis, rice, desserts, vegetables and many more. For eating and drinking in Udaipur, you can find many restaurants and bars near Pichola Lake and Fateh Sagar Lake like Ambrai, Padmini and Sur Sagar Bar.
Another ideal place for eating out is Sukhadia Circle. You can find many tea stalls and street vendors offering cold drinks and authentic Rajasthani snacks and street foods like chaat, panipuri, vada paav, pav bhaji, dabeli and chola kulcha. Being a popular recreational park, a number of restaurants can also be found here like Saffron, Tehkhana etc.
Chetak Circle, the place with the giant black horse, also boasts a great treasure of tasty food. This circle is filled with mouth-watering dishes, particularly non-vegetarian dishes such as butter chicken, tandoori chicken and aakha murga in Zaikka and Biryani House. In front of Chetak cinema, you can sample some popular egg dishes like ‘special half fry’, tandoori omelet and fried boiled eggs. Surely, you can easily enjoy the excellent quality of food here at a very cheap cost. Chetak Circle is surrounded with restaurants and bars such as Berry’s, Gangaur Restaurant, Biryani, and Quality Restaurant.
For disco goers or pub crawlers, this city may not be the best place for them. However, there are a handful of hotels and restaurants with bars that are open until 11 pm. The Winos bar located in Lal Bagh offers a wide range of wines as well as some of the finest vodkas and whiskeys, making it an ideal site for celebrations and entertainment.
For those who prefer luxurious facilities, the Paanera Bar is your best bet, with its glittering chandeliers and sophisticated ambience. Located at Hotel Shiv Niwas Palace, it is one of the top venues for the elites.
Other popular bars for eating and drinking in Udaipur include Ras-Rang Bar, Chirag Restobar, Rangat Bar, RTDC Kajiri and Rangat Bar. Restaurants that meet your budget can easily be found here, from rich locality to roadsides. Check out other good places for eating-out like Shakti Nagar, Bapu Bazaar, Gangaur Ghat, Lake Palace Road, and the streets of Jagdish Temple.