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Eating Out and Restaurants :
Perhaps the most well known Rajasthani food is ‘Dal – Bati and Churma’ (Dal is lentils, Bati is baked wheat ball that is crushed and mixed with pure Ghee, and Churma is sweetened cereal)
Even thought in general the Rajasthani dishes are full of clarified butter they are not as spicy as other famous north Indian dishes. Moreover each region in Rajasthan also has
 
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its own popular sweet, with ‘Ghevar’ being the one for Jaipur.

Jaipur, however also has other restaurants catering to its large tourist palette.

Nero’s, M I Road
Perhaps one of the oldest and most popular restaurants in Jaipur. With an extensive menu offering vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian, Chinese and
Continental food, the place has become synonymous with Jaipur.

Natraj Restaurant, M I Road
Located near Niro’s, this is a great vegetarian restaurant priced cheap.

Surya Mahal Restaurant, M I Road
Another restaurant with good Indian food serves South Indian, North Indian, Chinese and Continental. Also has a confectionery.

Hotel Choki Dani, 12 mile, Tank Road
Located outside the city at about 25kms from the center, this place is popular for its traditional Rajasthani ambience and entertainment. The place is constructed to provide you with complete Rajasthani experience of dances and folklore. They also have a unique bar that takes you into olden times.

Copper Chimney, Opp. GPO, M I Road
Renowned restaurant with mid-level prices. Great Indian food. Copper Chimney is also located in Delhi & Chandigarh.

Surabhi Restaurant, Old Amer Road
Another restaurant selling the Rajasthani theme. The place boosts of one of the biggest Durbar halls and is considered a heritage restaurant. Serves Indian, Rajasthani & Continental.

Lassiwala, M I Road
The place is famous for its Lassi(Yogurt drink with water and milk). Try the popular local health drink.

Pizza Hut, Ganpati Plaza, M I Road
If you have started craving for western food. Pizzas, both international as well as local flavors are available at this international chain.

Rajvilas - An Oberoi Hotel, Goner Road
‘Surya Mahal’ the multi-cuisine restaurant in this beautiful 5-ster deluxe heritage property is suggested for fine dinning experience

Hotel Jai Mahal Palace, Jacob Road, Civil Lines:
This heritage that used to be the residence of former Prime Minister of Jaipur state is set amid 18 acres of Mughal Gardens. The “Gulab Mahal Restaurant” serves Indian, Continental and Chinese. A definite high dinning experience.

Rambagh Palace, Bhawani Singh Road:
This 5-star hotel has a restaurant and bar to boast of. There is an open air barbecue on the palace lawns (weather permitting of course), the legendary ‘Polo Bar’ with its Polo memorabilia and a lounge with a name ‘Steam’ which has Victorian semblance.
‘Suvrna Mahal is the other restaurant providing royal dinning experience with its great Italian renaissance style grand dinning room. Of course al this comes for a price. A steep price.

Hotel Narain Niwas, Kanota Bagh, Narain Singh Road:
Another great heritage property with a restaurant to match the ambience. The multi-cuisine restaurant is a great place to unwind.



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