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Hotel Diggi Palace

Jaipur, Rajasthan

Diggi’s restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and is in a separate building beside the lawn, with tables set inside, in the gardens (perfect for drinks in the evening) and along the long covered verandah that runs the length of the hall.

The menu – a mix of Indian, Rajasthani and old-school Continental – retains a certain familiar charm and isn’t, unlike many other hotels, trying (and invariably failing) to do cooler modern cuisine. Both chicken and tomato soups were very comforting and flavourful but it was with the Rajasthani thali that we truly appreciated the food here.

Service is occasionally slow but the staff make up for this by their sincerity and the restaurant’s lack of pretension.

Breakfast is decent but somewhat limited – a choice of eggs, toast and paranthas with some tea and fresh fruit but, at least while we stayed, no fresh juice or filter coffee was available, surprising given the foreign clientele the hotel hosts.

Otherwise the ambience was top-notch, perfect to relax in after a day in the city or to invite friends over or make new ones over drinks and food. There is a general sense of well-being here helped no doubt by the peacocks parading in the garden and the parrots fluttering above. 



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The old fashioned Continental dishes can give a touch of nostalgia for foreign and Indian guests alike. But for the discerning diner their Rajastani food is the best bet.

Dining nearby

Compared to many other tourist cities Jaipur has a real lack of quality restaurants. However, the mind blowing street food more than makes up for this.

The best the city has to offer in terms of informal, high quality cuisine is Anokhi Café at the KK Sq Mall on Prithviraj Rd. The first café to serve genuine, modern western food in the city and an oasis of calm, Anokhi does everything well: proper coffee, fresh juice, innovative salads, sandwiches, thin-crust pizzas, and exquisite desserts from a chef from New Zealand and vegetarian produce that’s mostly organic.

MI Road hosts Niro’s, a reliable city institution that’s popular with travelers and also frequented by locals on their special occasions. The food is decent enough but really quite unremarkable in the end. However, it does provide a clean, safe, hassle free spot to dine, which counts for something.

Four Seasons offers unpretentious and tasty vegetarian food that locals swear by, but Shri Ram Namkeen Bhandar is where the real action is. This hole in the wall joint down an alleyway off MI Road is as basic as it gets, but serves possibly the tastiest kachoris in Jaipur. Get Raju, the rickshaw wallah (see Getting Around) to take you, he knows it well.

Also check out our guide to eating in Jaipur.

Type Heritage hotel
Rooms 70
Children Yes
Closed Never