On The House is a top class restaurant that offers authentic French products to your doorstep. The ambiance of the place makes you feel like you're in Europe sipping on a cool beverage and relishing on some exotic bread.
No visit to Jaipur is ever complete without a dinner at the Chokhi Dhani Restaurant. This vibrant venue provides visitors with a glimpse of the rustic lifestyle of a traditional Rajasthani village. While you enjoy a traditional Rajasthani meal in the outdoor patio, there would be acrobats, dancers and other local artistes to regale you, leaving you with a memorable and magical dining experience of the rich culture of the city.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Interestingly located at a right angle with the Sabha Niwas in the City Palace complex, is the Palace Cafe. It is divided into an inner seating area with wooden furnishings and warm colors schemes, while the outer alfresco setup comes with wrought-iron chairs and tables. Try the tandoori platter or indulge in scrumptious portions of the aromatic rice with aachari potato; every savory on the menu will take your taste buds on one wild ride! During the peak season, brace yourself for a very long wait as The Palace Cafe is quite popular, and the only dining facility within the palace complex.
Indulge in authentic Indian and international delicacies at the Dining Hall at Saba Haveli. Choose from freshly cooked mouth-watering delicacies. Watch out for the dance and puppet shows. All in all, a sojourn to this dining hall is a treat to your senses.
True to its name, Indiana serves up authentic Indian flavors day in and day out, with much finesse. This cozy eatery also pleases the taste buds of international visitors by dishing out a lip smacking array of Chinese and Continental cuisine. If you drop by in the afternoon, you might just encounter a partially deserted restaurant. But post 7 pm, diners troop in to sink into the colorful outdoor seating, and gorge on butter-splattered Kulchas, Cottage Cheese specialties and other exotic preparations. The highlight here would undoubtedly be the folk dancers who gyrate to the rhythms of Rajasthani musicians, making this a memorable dining experience in Jaipur.
Located at Holiday Inn Jaipur, Goth - The Village is an outdoor restaurant that serves only dinner. Their novelty continues as folk dancers, fire-breathers and fortune-tellers entertain you while you enjoy a traditional, authentic, Rajasthani meal. The kebabs are an absolute must-try. So when you visit, be sure to be entranced by the mystical dances performed by local Rajasthani men and women in bright colored traditional outfits. Besides relishing the platter, swing to the unique beats of Rajasthani music, at Goth -The Village.Call ahead for more information.
A royal culinary treat within the confines of a fittingly royal house; Baradari Mahal is all about luscious dining. They serve up a traditional fare of meat and vegetarian preparations, not just masterfully cooked and presented, but also freshly picked from their own backyard. Although this in-house restaurant of Diggi Palace takes pride in its culinary skills for Indian cuisine, most diners swear by their Continental breakfast and freshly ground coffee. Here variety is not just confined to the menu, for you can either choose to go alfresco in their spacious lawn, fine dine in their elegant restaurant, or enjoy a leisurely meal on their panoramic rooftop. Nothing beats the standard of hospitality extended by the Thakurs of the Diggi Palace, and Baradari Mahal is no exception!