Rawat Mishthan Bhandar is a 50-year-old Jaipur legend. The family that runs it had set up their first sweet-shop, bearing the same name, 120 years back in Jodhpur. In Jaipur, it is located in an area called Sindhi Camp. Everyone knows where it is.
Think of this Rajasthani capital, think of food, and it’s a dead heat between dal bati churma for a meal and pyaz ki kachori. Arguably, there is no better place to gorge on these hot onion filled kachoris than at the Rawat Misthan Bhandar in the walled city. The outlet claims to have “invented” these kachoris many years ago and they have become so famous that any visit to Jaipur is considered incomplete without Rawat’s kachoris – otherwise you’re certainly missing out on a quintessential element of the Pink City.