THE RED CHILLI LOCATED ON THE FOOD ROAD AT THE PWD CIRCLE JODHPUR. IT IS A POSH LOCALITY, CALM & QUITE WITH AMPLE PARKING PLACE.
THIS RESTAURANT OFFERS MULTI CUISINE FOOD STUFF RANGING FROM ITALIAN, MEXICAN, CHINESE, CONTINENTAL, CHIENESE, FAST FOOD, MOCKTAILS, BUFFETS, ICE CREAM & GOURMET DESERTS.
FIRST OF ALL THE FOOD QUALITY IS EXCELLENT , SECONDLY THE AMBEIENCE GIVES A FEEL OF TOTALLY WORLD CLASS RESTUAURANT, THIRDLY THE PORTION SERVED IS VERY SUMPTOUS, FOURTHLY THE SERVICE IS EXCELLENT & PERSONALISED & LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST IT IS TRUE VALUE FOR MONEY.
I FOUND OUT IT TO BE THE BEST & GOOD RESTAURANT IN JODHPUR.
Favorite Dish: PIZZA, PASTA, RAJASTHANI FOOD "THE RAJASTHANI THAAL" OF THE MENU & THE SWEET HOT GULABJAMUN WITH ICE CREAM.
As I was staying here (here being the Haveli Guest House) I decided to eat here on my first night in Jodhpur and wasn't disappointed. The restaurant is strickly vegetarian with Indian and Chinese dishes. I had a veggie curry, rice, chipatis, papads and a bottle of Kingfisher beer for Rs200. The restaurant is located on the rooftop where the views of the fort (which is illuminated at night) and the rest of the city are worth the price of the food! Service is great as your food is served by 2 guys on turbans who have a chat with you.
Jharokha Restaurant is on the roof top of Haveli Guest House and offers a great view to the Mehrangarh Fort and the blue city.
Favorite Dish: We only had some french fries. Not recommended..... but the view was so great!
Be sure to try their outdoor buffet. Quite excellent and reasonably priced. It is a very special place to eat and it's worth of it's price (600 p/p), including good service and dance and music show. It opens 19 o'clock and sometimes reservation should be necessary. The food "On the Rocks" restaurant is absolutely another quality, and the serving ( for example, you get everything what you ordered, in on time)!
Favorite Dish: The best tomato soep and naan.
More than a century old, Mishrilal is a legend in these parts. A trip to Jodhpur, without paying your homage to this temple of sweet delights, is a crime. In terms of ambience, it's ramshackle and non-descript. Large photos of great Indians adorn the green walls of this establishment. Mishrilal is not a place where you go to savour `atmosphere'. It caters to the uncomplicated routine of sheer tasting.
Favorite Dish: Malai lassi and a half-glass of rabri are must-haves at Mishrilal. The servings are so thick that you require a spoon to partake of the lassi. If you want to neutralise the sinful amount of calories, you may opt for their piping hot samosas.
I'd go so far as to endorse Mishrilal's lassi as the best I've had. At INR15 per serving of lassi, it's a riot!
It's a roadside hole-in-the-wall outfit, next to Clock Tower. Before hitting this joint, I had no idea that an attempt could be made to uplift the innocent omelette to such exalted status!
The writings on the accompanying snap shall provide some idea of where I'm coming from.........
Favorite Dish: If you prefer to be less adventurous, stick to the good old 'masala omelette'.
On Nai Sadak, you can't miss Janta Sweets. The invariable crowd that jostles for their quota of the goodies at Janta Sweets shall automatically lead you there.
There's hardly any room to stand here, let alone sit. Once you manage to catch the attention of one of the harried employees across the counter, signal for some `pyaj kachori' (a deep fried kachori with a base of fried onion and spicy potato) @ INR7 each and `mirchi pakora' (again, a deep fried giant green chilly, coated with lots of mashed spiced potato) @ INR6 each. Utilise the sweet dip that comes free with the fries.
For good measure, you may round off your experience with some `khaman dhokla', after which the thick `badam milk shake' should help you douse the flaming effects of the chilly pakora.
Favorite Dish: Chilly pakora, and the badam shake, of course!
this place is famous for its Kachories and mirchi pakora....we hogged on it both days...you wont believe we could not have dinner both days...you also get good lassi but my idea of lassi is semi liquid her they serve thick like curd with a dash of cream.
Favorite Dish: mirchi(chilly) pakora
This is quite a posh place near the Clock Tower and is all part of a posh hotel. I wasn't that impressed with the food here. I had a spinach curry which was really tasteless, rice which arrived late because the young lad forgot that I ordered it, papad's and chipati's. Poor all round.
This place is in the Sardar Market near the Clock Tower. I came here twice for some lunch snacks and enjoy the market atmosphere. The first time, I had a slice of chocolate cake (as they sell bakery products as well as juices and lassi's). The second time I had a veggie omlette and a couple of slices of bread and a banana lassi which was good all for just Rs45!
This is big Sweets &Namkeen shop near Railway Station.Marawar is famous for its sweets and snaks and almost all kind of varaiety is available here.You can have pact some snacks and sweets while moving around the ciity and can eat when feel hungry.
Favorite Dish: Jodhpur is famous for it Mawa Katchori
and is too much spice.It is recommended for domestic tourists only,Foreginors can also try this but ask the shopkeeper how eat this iteam as it is supplimented with sweet sause.
This Resturant belong to Ajit Bhawan, entrance on the main road cheerful garden restaurant with lovely landscaping, open and indoor in the evening set under the stars, whereas indoor is a bar also.
Favorite Dish: Mutton Rogan Josh Rs130; Chicken Biryani Rs110 ; Soup Rs45 ; Mixed fried rice Rs120 ; Veg. fried rice Rs75 ; Navratan Korma Rs80
The restaurant has the best location in town, an awesome location perched on top of Merangarh fort, looking over the city. Candlelit, romantic, how could it fail?
The food and service, thats how. Appalling service, they can't speak Indian let alone english, they loose your order, they serve the last guests first. Then the food arrives. AVoid at all costs the chicken dish, instant Delhi belly, however the vegetarian platter (Thali) was nothing more than cold railway food, just awful, what a shame!
we heard people have complained before us and been very sick on the food. Don't bother!
Favorite Dish: an empty one, it goes down hill when they put food on it
The Umaid Bhavan Palace is a neat stop if you have a few days in Jodhpur, but the best part of the visit has to be the patio leading out of its restaurant, The Pillars.
There is a cover charge to have a drink, but we ended up staying and ordering food to celebrate my friend's birthday. Once the bill came, the cover charge had disappeared.
The food was excellent; after three weeks in India, I had "western" food for the first time ~ a delicious pasta dish. More importantly though, the service was excellent and we never felt rushed. The view from the patio is gorgeous and there are peacocks wandering the lawn. We stayed and watched the sun set over the desert and truly felt like we were in the lap of luxury, for a fraction of what a similar evening would cost at home.
Oh, we also saw Salman Rushie at dinner ~ there with his bride-to-be, who looked young enough to be his daughter!
Beautiful terrace that is overlooked by the imposing Mehrangarh Fort. Polite and attentive service and great fine dining cuisine.