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Alsisar Haveli

Jaipur, Rajasthan

The restaurant runs the usual breakfast, lunch and dinner service, with a room service menu throughout the day.

The breakfast buffet was standard, with a choice of some cold meats, baked beans, fresh fruits, tea, coffee and eggs prepared to order.

The room-service menu, which can also be ordered in the restaurant during the day, had a nice backpacker feel to it: a variety of fresh juices, “continental” soups, grilled sandwiches (including the ubiquitous club sandwich), pakodas and tandoori dishes like paneer tikka and kebabs.

Dinner, when the hotel is busy, is usually laid out buffet-style and consists of mostly Indian and Rajasthani-inspired fare, with many meats, dals and vegatables to choose from. One can choose to sit in the restaurant hall or outside on the terrace, there’s a puppet show in the courtyard and traditional folk dance performances in-season.

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Menu

Standard upmarket backpacker cuisine, solid and dependable but with nothing spectacular. Enough to keep you going.

Dining nearby

Head to Anokhi Café for an alternative breakfast, lunch and early dinner of salads, sandwiches, pizza and pasta, followed by amazing coffee and incredible cake, all made with the finest ingredients by a Kiwi chef.

If you’re craving an authentic but light Rajasthani thali, head to Narain Niwas Palace Hotel nearby.

The closest real ‘dining’ option is Niro’s, the Jaipur institution that, although resting on its laurels somewhat these days, is still a safe and enjoyable bet.

Also check out our guide to eating in Jaipur.

Type Heritage hotel
Rooms 45
Children Yes
Closed Never