An imminent departure in the North of India, and of course, we take note of the best restaurants in Rajasthan, to add to the list of stops to do! From gastronomic to more convivial, today we present to you the favorite restaurants of visitors and locals. A good way to complete your itinerary, without having to wonder where to eat tonight! The restaurants we have selected for you offer traditional Indian food . Coming mainly from the state of Rajasthan, but also from Punjab, Hyderabad, and many others, they will undoubtedly awaken your taste buds. New flavors to discover and wonderful moments to remember for many years!
Cinnamon (Jai Mahal), Jaipur
This restaurant located within the Taj Jai Mahal in Jaipur offers delicious meals combining traditional and modern. Rajput architecture surrounds you to make you live a unique and memorable experience. The restaurant was formerly the dining room of the Prime Minister of Jaipur State. The gourmet food cooked by Chef Kulpeed Rajvanshi comes straight from the princely Indian states of Rajputana, Awadh, Hyderabad and Kashmir. The average price for a meal for 2 people is Rs 4,000 (around €50), excluding taxes. Address: Jacob Rd, Civil Lines, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302006, India Opening hours: 12.30pm – 2.30pm / 7pm – 11pm Telephone: +91 141 660 1111
Suvarna Mahal, Jaipur
The Suvarna Mahal restaurant takes place in the Rambagh Palace, in Jaipur. Its Florentine-style decoration recalls the memories of yesteryear and the Western influence that arrived in India. The chefs offer traditional royal Indian cuisine from the princely states of Rajasthan, Awadh, Punjab and Hyderabad, all in the heart of Jaipur. A meal not to be missed to taste the high Indian gastronomy and taste royal dishes. The average price for a meal for 2 people is Rs 9,000 (around €115), excluding taxes. Address: Rambagh Palace, Bhawani Singh Rd, Rambagh, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302005, India Opening Hours: 12.30pm – 3pm, October to March Telephone: +91 141 238 5700
Adorned with royal portraits, the interiors of the Risala, housed in the Umaid Bhawan Palace, provide an atmosphere of character. Sample recipes straight from the royal kitchens, enjoying spectacular views of the Palace’s magnificent garden, the city and Mehrangarh Fort. This gourmet restaurant offers the best cuisine in Jodhpur fusing continental and Indian cuisines. The average price for a meal for 2 people is Rs 12,000 (around €152), excluding taxes. Address: Circuit House Rd, Cantt Area, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342006, India Hours of Operation: 1pm – 3pm / 7:30pm – 11pm Telephone: +91 291 251 0101
Hanwant Mahal, Jodhpur
Hanwant Mahal is close to Umaid Bhawan Palace and is known to be the former hunting palace of Raja. In this restaurant, you can dine indoors or outdoors with a magnificent view of the palace. The chef prepares royal Indian cuisine for you with a succulent Rajasthani Thali, which will introduce you to all the traditional dishes of Rajasthan. A place to visit at least once during your stay. The average price for a meal for 2 people is Rs 5,000 (around €63), excluding taxes. Address: Circuit House Road, Adjacent to Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur 342001, India Opening Hours: Saturday, Sunday, 11am – 11pm Telephone: +91 98297 44417
Pal Haveli’s rooftop restaurant, Indicate, enjoys an exceptional setting with fabulous views of the Fort, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan, Clock Tower and Gulab Sagar. Visitors are warmly welcomed at the Indique. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the shimmering candlelit terrace reveals all its splendor in the evening. Eating under a starry sky with the illuminated Meherangarh Fort providing a stunning backdrop, as well as sharing a romantic dinner here will be long remembered. The average price for a meal for 2 people is Rs 2,000 (around €25), excluding taxes. Address: Pal Haveli, Gulab Sagar, Near Clock Tower, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001, India Opening Hours: 10am-11pm Telephone: +91 291 263 8344
The restaurant at RAAS Devigarh serves a seasonal menu, with ingredients grown on site and picked just outside the palace, in the chef’s garden. It is a location with superb panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and the Aravalli range of hills.
Sheesh Mahal, Udaipur
The Sheesh Mahal is a two-story, open-air Indian restaurant overlooking Lake Pichola in Udaipur. This place reflects the true essence of Indian cuisines and elevates gastronomy to another level. Using recipes mastered in the royal kitchens, to which are added contemporary nuances, the restaurant offers guests a real journey of Indian flavors.