One might assume that every city of Rajasthan eats the good old-fashioned Rajasthani food. However, like Ajmer there are plenty of cities with dishes they call their own. As you embark on a culinary journey about Ajmer, you will come across several unique dishes originating from this vibrant old city. Foodies eating their way through Ajmer will find the food rich, hearty and mind-blowingly delicious. Point your rickshaw towards Naseerabad, a locality in Ajmer dishing out awesome crispy stuffed Kachorey. With assorted filling of dals and potatoes, these piping hot Kachorey are wolfed down with tangy tamarind chutney. In the bustling bazaars of Golpiyaoo or Vaishali Nagar you can get your hands of the unique combination of Kadi-Kachori. This innovative meal is exclusive to Ajmer. Due to it’s Mughal history, good Mughlai dishes can also be savored in Ajmer. Nihari especially is as wonderful as it can get. The famous mutton stew is cooked for hours and then consumed with a khameeri roti or a Mughal sweetbread, sheermal. With a deep love for ghee, a clarified butter, two ghee-laden sweets can be found here in Ajmer. Sohan Halwa for instance, is a traditional Indian sweet originated in Ajmer and is said to be a favorite of Badashah Akbar.