Peshawri is one of the places where you don't mind spending because the money spent here is truly well worth it. Service is excellent; the staff is warm and friendly. The food on offer is excellent and the signature Murgh Malai Kebab, Sikandari Raan, Dal Bukhara and Reshmi Kebabs are to die for. Non-vegetarians could also try the extremely popular Murgh Makhni and Murgh Khurchan, while the Paneer Makhni, Tandoori Aloo Masala, Paneer Khurchan, and Subz Peshawri find favour with vegetarians. You can have these with their Garlic Naan, Bharwan Kulcha, Pudina Paratha, Lachha Paratha or Roomali Roti, among others. There are four types of desserts here, each of which are outstanding: Phirni, Kulfi, Rasmalai and Gulab Jamun.
The Jal Mahal restaurant in ITC Rajputana is no different. It is also the hotel's acknowledgement and tribute to the royal cuisine of Rajasthan.You can start your meal with veg starters like Paneer ka Soola or Sangri ke Shammi, while non-vegetarians can try the Macchi Mewari, Tarkha Murgh or Maas ke Soola. All popular Rajasthani dishes like Laal Maas, Safed Maas, Chakki ka Saag and Gatta Curry as well as Bajre ka Soyeta are available here.
Marble Arch is the all-day dining restaurant of Jai Mahal Palace that is located in a hall, replete with ornately carved marble archways (hence the name) and impressive stoneware; the design is a combination of traditional ambience and contemporary settings.Though the restaurant's signature dishes are Murgh Tikka Mirza Hassan, Roast Chicken, Schezwan Chilli Baby Corn, Asparagus, Leek and Zucchini, Vegetable Spring Rolls and the universal favourite Fish 'n' Chips, after a while you stop bothering about the food and find yourself being transported to another period. They have recently added some new dishes to their menu, like the Motiya Palak and Bharwan Mushroom
Jaipur is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan. It was founded on 18 November 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amber, after whom the city has been named. The city today has a population of 3.1 million. Jaipur is known as the Pink City of India.
The city is remarkable among pre-modern Indian cities for the width and regularity of its streets which are laid out into six sectors separated by broad streets 34 m (111 ft) wide.
Tourist Icons of Jaipur
Temples and places for worship in Jaipur
Jaipur has th numerous temples and religious places. It is because of the numerous temples that it is sometimes also known as Chhoti Kashi. Some of the famous temples in Jaipur include the following