We found this place tucked away. We were looking for a good meal. Great staff, fantastic food. Our bar man Devraj Singh was fantastic. I would highly recommend if you want a break from the busy Jaipur streets.
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We stopped here for a quick coffee before continuing our palace tour. Quite a nice place to relax and this place is actually quite affordable and not crowded.
Good Indian dishes. Since it is inside the palace grounds it is a bit pricey as it caters to tourists. Many tourists ordered western food. I had the spicy lamb curry and it was very good. Why would you order western food in India? The...More
This cafe is only accessible for the City Palace visitors, which makes it a quiet and cozy hide away. It's very pricy, tried cappuccino. No alternative for cow milk. Quite indifferent staff - not enthusiastic to serve, rather to look away. Not very friendly.
Had lunch here with my family. The menu looks sumptuous but the taste wasn't as expected. It is an expensive restaurant but the service is absolutely terrible. They don't even carry mouth freshener. The best part of this place were the restrooms. Absolutely clean.
Our tour group ate lunch here. After the magnificent palace, this place was a bummer. About the best thing one could say is that even the bathrooms were clean. The chicken salad sandwiches were meager with almost no dressing to moisten, the French fries, which...More
We were a group of 17 people. Even though the restaurant was pretty crowded they accommodated us in different areas, to which we had no objection. This was towards the end of my India trip and I wanted to eat non-Indian food. My pasta was...More
We stopped here with our tour group and had a simple lunch. The tomato soup was tasty. I then had vegetarian sandwich. It was white bead with crust cut off tomato and a white cheese. All very basic. The French fries tasted as if they...More