Pushkar is indeed a great place to explore the culture and food of Rajasthan. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes which serve different cuisines that you can visit.
This Indian pancake recipe is a very popular breakfast item in Pushkar and goes great as dessert too. It is served best when it's hot, though it can be eaten at any time of the day. This recipe is also known by other names like malpuva or malpua which literally means 'soft puff'.
The easiest way to enjoy a lassi is at a street stall. Lassis are sold in clay pots and you throw the pot away when done – good for the environment. In Pushkar, mango and banana lassis are popular variants that lots of tourists like, but I also rate the plain sweet lassis.
A food tour is a guided walking tour of an area where restaurants, shops and venues showcase their best local offerings. We personally know the owners and chefs of these food establishments who will pick you up from your hotel and take you for the most authentic and delicious food experience. Enjoy the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of the city as you learn about its history, culture and people.
Traditional Rajasthani cuisine typically features baati as a staple meal, served alongside dal and churma. Baatis can vary in flavor and size, and in Pushkar, they are on the larger side. They are often dipped in desi ghee before being served on a plate.
Food walk in Pushkar is a must-do while visiting the city. The lanes of Pushkar are dotted with food vendors and shops where you can enjoy a warm cup of tea with many other amazing delicacies. From poha to kachori, samosa to dal pakwan, and malpua to jalebi, you can have everything that the city is famous for while walking through the crowded lanes.