We were there earlier this week and the food was absolutely tasteful - especially the fish curry. It is also a very much cozy place to be. Though the restaurant is small, you do not have this impression when are inside.
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The Lal Maas needs to be tried at all cost! Even if you can't take the hear, it really is amazing. The garlic butter naan complimented all the curries that i tried over at Niros. Prompt and easy service, very affordable too.
Have been in India a month and haven't really found any standard out restaurants. Niros was definitely a pleasant surprise! Walking up, the doorman opened the door and the decor was lovely. White table cloths and white jacketed waiters. Wonderful greetings. I love that the...More
Niros is one of the oldest multicusine restaurant of jaipur, Niros has maintain the standard , quality and taste of food as it was always I mean the best , Once again I had the same food which I always prefer to have and once...More
It is an age old restaurant, serving decent veg and excellent non veg food, very popular among tourists. Since I am a vegetarian, my opinion might vary from that of a non vegetarian. Food:7/10 Dal makhani - different from what you get at other places,...More
Food. 1. We had ordered a mutton dish which was horrible - tasted like tomato puree with boiled mutton chunks. When asked, the waiter mentioned that it is a standard preparation. Cannot imagine such a sour dish to be a standard. (priced at 540 w/o...More
This has so far been by far the best meal that I have had during my trip to India - I originally asked for the butter chicken, but changed to the 'chicken tikka masala' when it was pointed out to me that this was exactly...More