Jaipur restaurants show a strong influence of best of both worlds – The Indian cuisines mostly in Rajasthani or Mughal styling and a wide ensemble of Western delicacies. This is because Jaipur is one of the very few cities that has a rich history with the Rajputs , Mughals and British forces alike. For coffee and similar beverages, the Aqua Mist in Vaishali Nagar should do justice to your caffeine cravings. The exteriors might be deceiving, but this quirky and cool café offers the best of Coffee.
The Indian Coffee House on MI Road has a rustic old-times style and boasts of rich heritage. With waiters dressed in authentic turbans and Rajasthani attires, the Indian Coffee House is a specialist in Coffee and snacks. The masala dosa, for example is a delight here. For authentic Indian preparations in the midst of luxurious ambience, one could head onto Barbeque Nation, Choki Dhani or the 1135AD. The 1135AD, located in Amer, Jaipur has the charm of a royal palace with traditional settings.
The Barbeque Nation on Tonk Road serves lip rollicking Barbeque, Tandoori, Grill, in Mediterranean, European or Continental styling. Jaipur also offers some of the best European and Continental servings, owing to the fact that a whopping 30% of the annual tourists hail from the western parts of the globe. The Jammie’s kitchen in Queens Road, Little Italy on Prithviraj Road and Anokhi Café are some of the highly rated joints for pampering your western taste buds. The buffet variations are available at many Hotels which charge you on a per head basis and have a wide serving of delicacies to choose from. Nihar, Hotel Dodas Palace, Saffron, Limelight are few of the famous hangouts. Jaipur city truly is a paradise for foodies and travellers in equal merits. The historical architectures and lavish culinary possibilities never seize to fascinate you.