The city of Jaipur is one of India’s top tourist destinations. It attracts people from across the world for its rich culture, heritage, monuments and lip-smacking food. The food in Jaipur is filled with different spices and always hot. It’s sure to make your taste buds go wild. We take a look at Bani Park, one of Jaipur’s most famous areas, and the best restaurants it has to offer.
One of Jaipur’s most happening restaurants, Forresta has made the best use of social media to attract customers through attractive deals and frequent new dishes. It’s located on a busy road in the Bani Park area, but with its alfresco ambiance and innovative design, it has managed to keep the noise away from the seating area. The restaurant is a multi-cuisine one, but the best dishes are from their Zafrani range, Paneer Malai Roll and Kastoori Tikka are popular items. There is a well-stocked bar for those enjoy their cocktails, mocktails, single malts, scotch, shooters, beer or wine. It’s a great place to hang-out with friends and spend a relaxed evening.
Located at the Park Inn Hotel, Aqua Grill is an appealing rooftop restaurant offering fantastic views of the city. The restaurant specializes in North Indian food and barbeque dishes (the aroma from the stations tantalizes your taste buds as you enter). Try the Kebab platter and the handi dum biryani. They are the most delicious dishes on the menu.
Situated inside the Lemon Tree Hotel, this restaurant serves top notch and delicious dishes and street food from Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, and China. The restaurant has dim lighting along with objects from various Asian countries decorated on the shelves within the walls which emit a soothing red colour. It’s a great place for a decent lunch or dinner when it comes to Asian cuisine.
Colors is a popular spot in Jaipur, and for good reason. This multi-cuisine restaurant in hotel Park Inn, Jaipur, has got it all right, beautiful interiors, neat, chic and a glass-enclosed kitchen. The Colors menu offers Indian, Chinese, Continental and Italian dishes. Try the Crispy Corn Kernel or the Rajasthani Bhindi Masala, they are super tasty.
Ginseng in the Royal Orchid takes you on a culinary journey across China, Thailand and Malaysia. A roof-top restaurant, the views of the city and the crowded road down below add to the charm. Crackling Spinach, Kai Phad King, Crispy Konjee Lamb, Sweet ‘n’ Sour Prawns and Sautéed Field Mushroom — with Fried Ice Cream in the desserts section, are strongly recommended. The place is not overly crowded and the smooth service contributes to an enjoyable evening out.