Immerse Yourself In A Royal Treat With Rajasthani Food At These Restaurants In The City

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Transport yourself to the land of Rajputs with Moong dal Kachori, Mirchi Vada, Gatte Ki Sabzi, Dal Baati Churma and an extensive Rajasthani Thali.  From street food to extravagant thalis, we've got you covered! Get your fix of Rajasthani food with these restaurants in Bangalore.


Dine like the Royals at Kesariya, a Rajasthani restaurant in JP Nagar. With folk music, Shekhawati furniture and people dressed in traditional attire, the ambience is worth experiencing. They serve an extensive Rajasthani Thali with over 25 dishes from starters such as Moong Dal Ka Dhai Vada, Aloo Pakoda to traditional subzis such as Panchkutta, ghee Churma and the crowd favourite Dal Batti and Bajra Ki Keech. Kesariya with its food, ambience and service showcases true Rajasthani hospitality.


Rasovara in UB city should be on everyone's list who loves Rajasthani food. Known for their authenticity, Rasovara serves a wide variety of pure vegetarian Rajasthani and North Indian cuisine. From staple favourites such as Dal Batti Churma, Papad Churi, Dahi Vada to extensive Rajasthani thalis the food served here would give you a food coma. You can choose either from their ala carte menu or opt-out for their thali. We highly recommend you to try their Thali for a wholesome experience of Rajasthani cuisine.

NH 8 Restaurant

If the very thought of Marwari Gutta Masala or Rajasthani Kadi makes your mouth water and kicks off those hunger pangs, then NH8 has got your back. Located in Indiranagar, this quaint restaurant has delicious food and even better decor, think Rajasthani puppets and tribal art on the walls. They serve full Rajasthani Veg Thali and a full Dal Bati which includes four pieces of Batis, one bowl dal, two Churma Ladoo, tomato chutney and one glass of Chaas. The Lassi and North Indian Combo are other must-tries here.

Rajasthani Charbhuja Restaurant

Named after a famous temple in Rajasthan, this restaurant located in Electronic City is the perfect choice to indulge in an authentic Marwari meal. We've heard praises for their Dal Bati Churma and Dal Khichdi. Also suggested is the Baingan Bharta and Bharvani Bindi along with the Thandai or Lassi to wash it all down.

RRoyal Rajasthan

RRoyal Rajasthan located in Sarjapur lives up to its name and offers a royal experience to anyone who walks in. Decorated with Jaipur blue pottery and glass tinted doors, RRoyal Rajasthan serves a wide variety of thalis that would spoil you for choice. Choose from their signature unlimited Royal Rajasthani Thali priced at INR 359 with 18 varieties of food and challenge yourself to eat it all till you drop. They also have limited meals with kher sangri, kachori and missi roti to choose from. You can also sit down on ghaddas and eat like how they traditionally do it in Rajasthan. 


The OG players in the game of Rajasthani Thalis, Rajdhani Kandhani Restaurant is a favourite among people of all age groups. Known for their hearty thalis, royal service and great deals, Rajdhani is a to-go place for anyone who craves a good Rajasthani/Gujarati meal. They offer unlimited thali with over 32 varieties of dishes that changes in rotation every day, leaving an element of surprise. From Dal Batti Churma to Gatte ki Sabzi with Phulkas and Aamras, they serve it all. They take the Rajasthani hospitality a notch higher and serve you until you ask them to stop.

Kota Kachori

When you think of Rajasthani chaat, Kota Kachori is the first place that is on everyone's list. With flaky Kachoris, piping hot Jalebis, Masala Chaas and Raj Kachori on the menu, this place has a lot more to offer than just street food. If you have the case of a sweet tooth, Kota Kachori satisfies those cravings with Ghewar, Jalebi, Malpua among others. Try their badam milk while you are at Kota Kachori. They also serve food such as Jaipur Thali, Kadi Pakoda, Sabu Dhana Kichdi, and Aloo Paratha.