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With its lush plants, dim lights, cute light fixtures and open air feel, The Forresta Kitchen and Bar is one of the best places in town for foodies. Specializing in four cuisines, Indian, Continental, Italian and Chinese, diners are spoilt for choice. Vegetarians and non vegetarians have choices galore to tempt your palate with their enticing dishes. Their bar is equally impressive with its impressive range of cocktails and tasty bar bites. Whether it is a date night, a family dinner or simply food indulgence, this place is a good option.
The Peshawari takes you on a gastronomic journey of real Indian royalties with its flavorsome barbecue flavors and a variety of Indian breads. This hotel is very famous for its kebabs and offers both, vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies. The Dal Bukhara is one of the many popular favorites and a must try. The delectable menu is followed by an impressive list of beverages that include fine wines and other spirits.
Enjoy the days of the British Raj at the Steam Lounge in the Taj Rambagh Palace. This novel bar is recreated inside an old steam engine and also features a recreated English-style railway station. Inside the railway coaches are cushioned seats where you can relax with your loved ones over drinks. Ideal for a romantic date, the lounge serves a selection of Mediterranean fare along with some Middle Eastern delights and refreshing beverages to accompany.
Rajasthan is known for its monarchical legacies and grandeur. Each place, restaurant or even a street has a history tucked behind it. One such prominent palace-turned-hotel is the Rambagh Palace that houses an array of restaurants. The Suvarna Mahal restaurant promises extravagance in terms of ambiance and exuberance in terms of the food it has to offer. With crystal chandeliers, gold plated tableware and exotic menus of the royal houses of India, you will feel no less than a king or a queen here. The restaurant also houses a delightful wine cellar. An attire of semi-formal to smart casuals is recommended. All in all, a majestic experience in the heart of royalty. Call for reservations.
Fine dining and Indian cuisine is one potent combination that redefines any dining experience, and Cinnamon does just that. The Taj Group of Hotels in India need no introduction, and the flawless service of the Taj's Jai Mahal Place reflects in this in-house restaurant as well. Located in the right wing of the hotel, Cinnamon is not very spacious, but then it was never intended to be that way. Here dining is all about a private affair and hence reservations are an absolute necessity. As for the food; from the land of Punjab comes an array of succulent dishes which perfectly compliment Mughlai cuisine, all of it carefully prepared and beautifully presented. Specialty dishes like Quasar e Puktan: a delicacy made of cottage cheese, make for a palatable meal. Later, a trip to the next door Marigold Bar for a chilled Martini should complete this exquisite fine dining experience in the Pink City!
1135 AD offers you a truly royal dining experience with recipes passed down through the generations from the royal Rajput times and dining spaces which are located at different royal rooms of a restored heritage building near the Shila Devi Temple. The restaurant is divided into a number of different dining spaces, such as the opulent Sheesh Mahal with its exquisite gold and mirror artwork on the ceiling and walls and silver dining table, and the Shahi Jhokra which is located on the terrace and is used for private dining. The service here also goes above and beyond what you will experience at most restaurants as you are welcomed with a shower of rose petals and a tilak ceremony and welcome drinks.
Nestled inside The Lalit Hotel property, Baluchi is known for its Indian curries and meats. The menu takes you on a gastronomic journey to India and is cooked with the authentic spices and exotic herbs for its flavor. They are known for their bread bar, Naanery, which gives you ample of Indian bread varieties. These breads are baked in an iron tandoor and not the traditional clay one.
A part of the chic Fairmont Hotel, Zoya offers patrons a chance to dine like a king. With ornate decor, regal cutlery and crockery and a range of delicious and tasteful cuisines prepared by expert chefs, the restaurant is a must-visit for the tourists. There are five different dining styles to sample here as well as food from various live kitchens. Food festivals are also organized here from time to time.