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Padao is an open air restaurant situated on one of the terraces on the western part of the Nahargarh fort. The view of the city from this restaurant is absolutely stunning, especially during sunset. The dining area consists of a number of round tables and charming wrought iron chairs which is congruous with the historic ambiance of the fort. You can try out items from the a la carte menu or go for the buffet lunch and dinner items. The restaurant gets a mostly touristy crowd although it is also a great spot for a date.
Although the name suggests a kind of roadside tea stall, Tapri is really a cozy cafe and tea room, known for the varieties of tea which are served here such as White Tea, Jasmine Pearl Tea and Hibiscus Tea. Whether you want some light breakfast snacks or are a tea lover wanting to experiment with a few unique flavors and varieties, this is the place to come to. The interior is simple but cozy, with framed photographs on the walls and spacious booths where families can sit and grab a meal. On cooler days and evenings, you can also sit in their patio area on one of the pretty, woven cane chairs and watch the world go by as you savor a cup of tea.
The terrace of the Hotel Pearl Palace has been transformed into an upscale restaurant with peacock themed decor, aptly named the Peacock Rooftop Restaurant . The restaurant serves a variety of North Indian delicacies like Paneer Butter Masala, Kashai Chicken, Lamb Sheekh Kebab and Veg Pulao. They also have an extensive menu of breakfast items which are served every morning as well as a number of Chinese and Italian options. The view from the restaurant is truly a sight to behold as you can not only see the city sights but also the nearby Hathroi Fort.
To truly feel like royalty, head to the Bar Palladio in Narain Niwas Palace Hotel. This place is decked up in a regal style with chessboard floors, rich wall murals, carvings and grand stairways. The peacock blue-interiors also feature white Mughal-style carvings, archways and luxurious sofas. The patio has plenty of canopies and serves as a semi-secluded spot for enjoying quiet, candlelit meals under the stars. Start your meal with an Ayurvedic drink or herbal tea and go on to savor Norwegian Smoked Salmon Plate or Vegetable Tempura as appetizer. This is followed by Italian mains and desserts, along with flavorful mocktails. Truly, Bar Palladio is the perfect place for a romantic meal with a royal touch.
Spice Court is a potpourri hub of tasty Indian, Continental and Chinese dishes. With a pleasant and welcoming ambiance, this restaurant has a whole range of award-winning delicacies. The highlight here is the lip-smacking Rajasthani thali. There is live dancing and cultural events, which cannot be missed. Spice Court stands out not only as a restaurant, but as an entertaining cultural hot-spot as well.
This rooftop restaurant is one of the finest places in town for a romantic date. Replay is among the few restaurants in town where there is no Wifi as they want to encourage engaging tête-à-tête amongst their patrons. Beautiful light fixtures illuminate the establishment in a soft glow, while the wooden accents create a perfect setting for them. Check out the city vistas from its terrace point and indulge in their delicious food and drinks. Live bands, DJs and other events make it a lively space to celebrate special occasions as well.
Get the best dining experience under the stars at Aasma perched on the rooftop of Fairmont hotel Jaipur. This hotel is known to serve the Raj Era delicacies to its guests. Since this hotel was ruled by the British, the cuisine that it offers is traditional British food like roast beef mixed with Indian spices. The signature dishes of this hotel are Col. Skinner Grilled Shrimp with Jalapeno Mayo, Liver Pepper Fry, Masala beef and others which are sure to tantalize your palate.