though over-popular and often quite crowded, is a good stop for a full-fledged Rajasthani cultural experience. From waiters dressed in traditional dresses to live Rajasthani music and dance performances, puppet shows, magic shows, elephant and camel rides, it offers a unique experience. Meals are served under the sky on seating close to the floor. It’s a lot of Rajasthani culture served on a platter and good if you have only a few days in the state. The meal is a typical Rajasthani thali
with starters, mains and desserts. Specialties such as dal baati churma, kair sangri, gatte ki subzi
are part of the main course and come highly recommended.
For more locally-recommended eateries in Jaipur, check out the posts below.
Jaipur Food Guide: The Best Eateries To Visit In Rajasthan's Colourful Capital
Jaipur Food Diaries: A Quick Guide To The Delicious Food In Pink City
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