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Samode Haveli

Jaipur, Rajasthan

The amazing, indoor dining room, walls hand-painted with bewilderingly intricate detail and skill, has a rather formal air about it and sees a lot of outside clientele as well as residents. There are a few window seats here which look out to the garden, but weather permitting we would always choose to dine in the huge open courtyard – candlelit and devastatingly romantic at night – with a gentle fountain at its centre.

Breakfast is also served in the courtyard and is fittingly elaborate, with north and south Indian options alongside fruits, eggs, cereals and waffles.

The poolside bar has a lovely setting and serves both soft and alcoholic drinks as well as snacks.

In-room dining is available and room service operates 24 hours.

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Continental and Indian cuisine, with the latter really the better of the two, though on the expensive side.

Simple dishes such as dal and vegetables were very good, and the locally sourced meat, as one would expect in Rajasthan, gets a thumbs up.

Dining nearby

Being a big city, Jaipur has a large choice of food for every palette, from fine dining experiences to low budget roadside dhabas (local eateries). There are a few good eateries within the Pink City but it’s also worth taking a short rickshaw ride to other parts of town.

Surabhi and Parampara are both nearby on Amer Road, heading towards the City Palace, and serve good Rajasthani and north Indian food with efficient service.

6km from Samode Haveli at the top end of Prithviraj Road is Anokhi Café. Well worth the 20 min auto ride if you fancy something a bit different: good pizzas, snacks and cakes. The café is also next door to a handloom museum.

The Hotel Pearl Palace is a low budget hotel with a nice, casual rooftop restaurant, serving a wide range of Indian, Western and Chinese-style food, both veg and non-veg. Also great for a beer and the chance to meet other travellers.

Near to the Jaipur bus stand, Rawats serves authentic street food in a clean and hygienic environment. The food here is true Rajasthani. Do try the mirchi pakora (chilli and potatoes fried in batter), pyaz ki kachori (onion potatoes and mixed spices fried in a batter) and, last but not least, dal bati churma (a local dish of fried bread, lentils and a sweet dish made from jaggery).

Also check out our guide to eating in Jaipur.

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