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Surya Mahal and Rawat Mishtan Bhandar

For north Indian vegetarian food, you could try Surya Mahal on MI Road or Rawat Mishtan Bhandar, on Station Road, famous for its kachoris and north Indian meals.

Dasaprakash

For south Indian food, head to Dasaprakash on MI Road.

Handi

Handi is extremely popular with the locals for its marinated mutton and chicken dishes cooked in earthen pots.

Copper Chimney

Try the pineapple raita at Copper Chimney, which serves north Indian delicacies.

Niros

Niros is one of the oldest fine-dining restaurants in Jaipur, and serves mouth-watering butter chicken and amazing ice cream.

Dragon House

Dragon House at Country Inns and Suites is popular for its Chinese, Thai and seafood.

The Kebab Shop

The Kebab Shop at Raj Palace serves traditional rural delicacies.

Bukhara

For Peshawari cuisine, head to Bukhara at ITC Rajputana Sheraton. Try the Dal Bukhara and Mutton Burrah.

Suvarna Mahal

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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  1. Suvarna Mahal

    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).

  2. Rajputana Sheraton

    Rajputana Sheraton (from Rs 11,000) is conveniently located near the station.

  3. Chokhi Dhani

    Chokhi Dhani, the theme village, is popular with Indian tourists for parties.

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