Thali House, near the bus station, serves tasty Rajasthani and Punjabi thalis.
Try the minced meat dishes and bati and soyta (Rajasthani dishes) at Spice Court on Jacob Road.
Handi is extremely popular with the locals for its marinated mutton and chicken dishes cooked in earthen pots.
Have the Mughlai cuisine of Baluchi at LaLit. The Hindustaan rotiyaan are their signature dish, though you ought to try the Paan Kulfi too.
The Kebab Shop
The Kebab Shop at Raj Palace serves traditional rural delicacies.
For Peshawari cuisine, head to Bukhara at ITC Rajputana Sheraton. Try the Dal Bukhara and Mutton Burrah.
You can try the regal Suvarna Mahal in Rambagh Palace, famous for traditional delicacies like kebabs marinated in yoghurt and saffron, or lal maas (a lamb delicacy of Rajasthan).
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Chokhi Dhani, the theme village, is popular with Indian tourists for parties.
Apart from visiting Jaipur's famous forts and taking a trip to the Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary, you could also head to Ajmer to visit the Khwaja Moinudddin Chisti dargah, believed by Muslims to be second only to Mecca in its holiness. Legend has it that Mughal emperor Akbar once walked barefoot to the dargah to pray, after which he was blessed with a son. It is one of the biggest tourist attractions in India, and only two hours from Jaipur. Many cricketers and Bollywood stars seek blessings at Ajmer. Shamsher Singh
Tips for Travellers
Don't feed the monkeys at Amber Fort. Keep your distance, and make sure your children don't get too close either.