Stick to the restaurant in your hotel, since there aren’t too many cafés to look for. Bikaner food is marked by less use of water and excess of milk and butter. Among the few standalone restaurants, you can head out to the Angan Restaurant at Panchshati Circle that conjures up authentic local cuisine. For some good vegetarian cuisine, you can try the Bhanwar Niwas and Laxmi Niwas that serve decent buffet.
If you thrive on street food, the numerous stalls lining the Station Road are a must-try – they serve a great range of chaats and namkeens (salty savouries). Chotu Motu Joshi and is particularly known for its samosas, kachoris and the sweet ras-malai. Bikaner’s specialty remains the Bikaneri bhujias, papad and bari. The Bikaner Bhujia Bhandar, Agarwal Bhujiawale, Haldirams and Chappan Bhog are the most renowned among them. For the sweet toothed, take a bite of the yummy Kesar Phirni and Sohan Papdi.
Top Hotels in Bikaner
- Harasar Haveli By Geostays
- The Laxmi Niwas Palace
- Vesta Bikaner Palace
- Hotel Basant Vihar Palace
- Heeralal By Geostays
Top Landmarks in Bikaner
- Hotels Near Deshnoke Karni Mata Temple
- Hotels Near Central Bus Stand
- Hotels Near Rani Bazaar Gurudwara
- Hotels Near Nal Railway Station
- Hotels Near Junagarh Fort Bikaner