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Masala Chowk Jaipur: Location, Timing, Ticket Price, Popular Dishes, Best Time To Visit

Masala Chowk, Jaipur, location, timing, ticket price, popular dishes, best time to visit

Masala Chowk is a renowned eatery in Jaipur, located in Ram Niwas Garden. This open-air food court offers 21 flavours under one roof (or sky). 

Masala is related to spice and chowk means an open area or public square in Hindi, hence summing up the meaning of the place that is a variety of booths serving authentic Indian street food.

Masala Chowk brings the best in terms of street food at one place. The place leaves you spoilt with choice. You name food items such as Pani Puri, samosas, sandwiches, dosas, chaat, and they have it.

Masala Chowk Jaipur Entry Fee 

The entry inside the chowk was once free of cost till the place got crowded up with people who came here for fun and didn’t end up purchasing any food. Now, the entry fee is INR 10 per person.

Masala Chowk Timings Jaipur 

Each eatery here has its own opening and closing timing. However, the eateries open at 09:00 AM and shut down at 10:00 PM.

1. Samrat – Famous for masala tea, jalebi, and ‘pyaaz ki kachori.’

2. Rama Krishna Kalkati Chat – The famous Bengali chaat serves delicious Chat varieties.

3. Gopal Singh Patasi Bhandar – Te variety of pain puri will leave you craving for more.

4. Shankar Samosa – You will get hot and spicy samosas with the right kinds of chutneys at Shankar Samosa at any time of the day.

5. Sethani Ka Dhaba – Get the perfect Rajasthani Thalis with dhaba styled chapatis and sabzis

6. Somilal’s Rawat Misthan Bhandar – The Gulab Sakri should be a must try here.

7. Indian Ice- Cream Faluda – Ice creams and mouthwatering faludas are a blessing here under the scorching Jaipur heat.

8. Raman Dosawala – Get a variety of idli, dosa, uttapam, and more here which are a treat for your taste buds.

9. Shri Jharkhan Nath Poha And Chat – The delicious Poha offered here is a must to have in the breakfast.

10. Gulab Ji Chai Wale – Gulab Ji’s have a wide range of teas for everyone’s taste buds.

11. Delhi Chaat and Café – Have the authentic north Indian chaat straight from the capital.

12. Premprakash Samosa – Get the delicious samosas and have cream rolls, popcorn, and other snacks too

13. Wah! Banna – You can have a variety of Dahi bada, Mirchi bada, Loki ka halwa, and more here. Wah! Banna appeals to all authentic Indian chaat lovers.

14. Bhagat Misthan Bhandar – Get delicious rasgullas, laddus, barfis, and more here.

15. Brijwasi Faluda Kesar Kulfi – You will love  the kulfis in every flavour, freshly prepared only for you.

16. Pawana Rajasthani Vyanjan – Cherish the delight of having Masala Bait, Missi Roti, and more here.

17. Jaipuri Chatkara – The best dishes available here are chole bhature, aloo tikki, parathas, and more.

18. House On Fire – This is a  place to be for all non-veg lovers for fiery chicken. You shall get Murga Tadka, Murga Curry, and more.

19. Andewalaz – Andewalaz come with all egg dishes you can think of.

20. Ice Cream & Shakes – Get the best in terms of fresh juices, cold drinks, and more here. They also get fresh ice creams here.

21. Mahaveer Rabri Bhandar – The luscious rabri of Rajasthan is a must to try.

How to Reach Masala Chowk 

Masala Chowk is situated in Ram Niwas Garden, 1.5 km away from the famous Albert Hall Museum and 2 km from Johri Bazar. You can either take a taxi or choose to walk the distance. Also, you can take a bus to Maharaja College Bus Station and then walk towards Masala Chowk.

Taking your car on weekends might brig you troubles as the place gets very crowded, with no parking space available. The designated parking lot for Masala Chowk accommodates only up to 20 cars. If you don’t find a spot at the Chowk, you will have to park your vehicle at Ramniwas Bagh’s underground parking facility.

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