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Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

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Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

Have been reading up on some dining options in Jodhpur and have come across the Shri Mishrilal Hotel name quite a few times in various forums and travel guide books.

Lonely Planet seems offers much praise and this place is presenting the highest rated restaurant listing here on Tripadvisor but it seems most are simply remarking about the Makhania lassi drink and offer very little feedback about meals.

Does anyone know if this is a worthy place to dine as well or do you simply come here for the lassi drink?

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1. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

Hi Bradjill,

This is good for Makhaniya lassi. Not for dine . It is located at clocktowar gates old city. People just stop and get the lassi. They have sitting. Arrangements. Other snacks are not worth.

Just enjoy makh..(butter) lassi.

Have a great time !!;

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2. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

DEAR

Its same at jaipur also as LASSIWALA at M I Road is listed among top restaurants of jaipur serving only khullad lassi , doing full justice to its name .

Praise to all bravehearts for drinking lassi standing on the busiest rd . of jaipur

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3. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

Udaipur magic is totally right and in old city for dine i will suggest you pal haveli indiuqe rest.

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4. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

You can sit down,have a lassi,try some of their sweets,if you dont want to be standing out on the road. The mava kachori was pretty good, though a little too sweet.

And believe me,none of the other lassis I had in the neighborhood were anywhere close.

Edited: 18 December 2012, 08:15
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5. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

Nimbera

Thank you for the dinner recommendation. How would you compare Indique to others like Nirvana Cafe , Gypsy Restaurant , "HANKAR"...Choti-haveli, and the cafe at Shri Mishrilal Hotel. These seem to take some mention on this forum and in the TA listings?

Any others, your favorites that you might be able to share? Would be much appreciative.

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6. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

Hi Ashwini..

Mishri lal lassi is most popular and best among anywhere in Rajasthan. Yes mavaa kachori is also popular sweet and good at Misrilal

But my personal views or lots of locals from Jodhpurssay ..

the best Mawa Kacholi is still by Janta sweets nai sadak, or Rawat near Jodhpur railway station

try these two places on your next visit ..

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7. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

Gypsy is pure veg restrnt and in new city ,jankar is nice but it on groung floor , mishralal is small snack shop in clock tower for local people or villager who come clock tower for by thing and after finish shopping they enjoy snack like mirchi bada , chachori with lassi

Indidue restrnt is on roof top only good to have dinner with view of fort , palace and old city.

From roof you easily see colck tower market.

Thanks

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8. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

Followed much of the advice above.

The Shri Mishrilal makhania lassi was an interesting drink. It is very thick, the texture of butter cream or even pancake mix, wow! Unfortunately, we didn't care so much for the texture but the taste was pretty good.

We did find the Makhania lassi's we made at the Spice Paradise cooking class, considerably better. However, these included some more expensive ingredience like saffron, almonds, cardemon so it's not quite a fair comparison to the lassis being served up at Shri Mishrilal Hotel in Jodhpur. In the end, we'd still suggest visitors to go there and try them, they are cheap anyway at 30 rupee per glass.

tikkajaipur,

We tried two of the LassiWala lassi stands, first the one at 312 MI Road, which is supposed to the original. We loved the large lassi (34 rupee) and actually brought the clay cup back home as souvenir. They are so cool! We also tried another of the stands, the last one with the bright red sign. Similar large lassi (35 rupee). We couldn't discern a difference in the taste to be honest. They were both very good.

All,

Indique Restaurant at the Pal Haveli Hotel was the best meal we had in Jodhpur. There classic dishes of Butter Chicken and Rogan Josh are both worth trying, other dishes we saw being served looked equally good.

Thanks to all for the many good bits of advice on this thread, it definitely helped make our time in Jodhpur better.

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9. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

Lassi here in awsome, though you get it all across Jodhpur, but Mishrilal Hotel is great place to try the Butter Lassi !!

its located near Clock Tower in Jodhpur, a must try local drink !!

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10. Re: Shri Mishrilal Hotel (cafe) for Makhania Lassi

Mishrilal Hotel is going to get busy and busy from now onwards until next winter, because locals drink lassi (made out of curd) mostly in summer months.

at Mishrilal Hotel there is another thik drink Rabddi( made out of reduced milk) also popular amongs locals.

Cheers\Namaste.