Udaipur Restaurants

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    Jaiwani Haveli's Rooftop Restaurant: Curry with a view

    by Ramonq Updated Jun 23, 2012
    Great view

    The restaurant is right on the rooftop of Jaiwani Hotel and it offers one of the finest view of the Lake Hotel and Jag Mandir islands. It has an attentive and helpful staff. The restaurant offers vegetarian and non-veg eclectic flare. Of course, their expertise in Rajasthan style cooking.

    Favorite Dish: I tried their vegetarian curry with mungo beans. It was not hot (spicy) as I had expected but it was satisfying.

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    JAIWANA ROOFTOP RESTUARANT.: BEST VEGETARIAN IN UDAIPUR

    by lynnehamman Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    ROOFTOP  DINING- JAIWANA HOTEL RESTUARANT
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    We always stay at Jaiwana Hotel- so I have eaten many,many meals at the Rooftop Restuarant. Not only is the food of the very highest standerd- the view is spectacular.
    Breakfast, lunch or dinner is served indoors, in a glass enclosed diningroom, or outdoors on the rooftop terrace.
    The service is prompt, friendly and efficient. Yash, the owner/manager oversees all meals, and runs a strict ship here. He also makes sure that all his guests are well looked after. What amazed me (although it should not have) was the amount of NON residents at the hotel, who came to this restuarant just for meals.They were staying at nearby hotels, but word gets around regarding good food. And so good it is! Yash keeps the menu up to date by changing it monthly. The vegetarian dishes are tasty, imaginative and unusual. Meat dishes are also available. Also on the menu are a few Western favourites, like pastas- although I cannot imagine anyone choosing these over the great Indian dishes available.
    Desserts are a speciality too, with a wide variety.
    Booking ahead is a good idea- it gets crowded. Go at sunset, and watch the sun setting over the Arravelli Hills & Lake Pichola. An unforgettable sight.
    Beer and wines are available.

    Favorite Dish: Vegatarian "Sizzler" - comes sizzling and steaming to the table. It is mouth-watering & spicy.
    Spicy tomato soup
    Vegetable Biryani
    Aloo Mutttar ( spicy potato dish)
    And for dessert- the Gulab Jamun (hot) is the best in India. Wickedly rich.

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  • THE SUNSET TERRACE RESTAURANT: A LAKESIDE TERRACE

    by pravdr Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    BEAUTIFUL TERRACE WITH TABLES LAID OUT
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    forget about the food.this venue is all about ambience and romance. the sheer location will make the experience of dining enjoyable.this place comes alive after sunset.ideal time to go is just before sunset to watch the vivid colors of the desert sun as it takes its final bow.the lake palace in the foreground shimmering in the lake makes for a grand finale.as the sun dips down the tables are laid and candles put in place.the clear desert sky starts throwing up the twilight colors as the guests start filtering in and to the accompaniment of light musisc the palaces are illuminated.the atmosphere is so romantic that even hardcore romantic buffs can feel numb.
    then comes the second part beverages of exotic kind and food bon appetit!!

    Favorite Dish: almost everything they serve up is classy.

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  • POOLSIDE RESTAURANT: POOLSIDE AT SHIVNIWAS PALACE

    by pravdr Updated Apr 4, 2011
    SHIMMERING POOLSIDE
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    the poolside is a great place to have a dinner in the evening.consider yourself lucky if you are invited to a wedding dinner.the starlit open skies with the illuminated palaces and the minarets form a grand backdrop.the shimmering pool with ancient trees with a huge canopy with lights sparkling make up for a fairytale evening.the buffet ranges from INR 1200 per person to INR 12000 per person if you are holding it in an exotic location like jagmandir which is on an island inside lake pichola and the guests are taken there with a boat.
    celebrity weddings, rich businessmen,corporate parties,stars are a rule here.

    Favorite Dish: all indian and conti dishes are made to perfection.

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    Lake Palace Hotel: Night on Lake Pinchola

    by atufft Written Jan 6, 2011

    We viewed the palace from a distance at the City Palace, and immediately decided that we HAD to eat dinner there. That evening, we took the launch that leaves from below the City Palace. In the foggy darkness we arrived at the quay servicing the lake palace, and after a stroll around the grounds, were seated in at a corner table with windows of the lake on two sides. The marble palace construction takes over all parts of Jag Niwas Island as far as I could tell. The inside of the restaurant is as detailed in terms of painted and ornamentation as one finds anywhere in India. The meal was extraordinary, but so was the price. We also saw antique sailing vessel depart from the palace into the foggy night. Aboard was a full restaurant and bar for a special party.

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  • ARAVALLI: MEMORY OF MOUNTAINS

    by pravdr Updated May 9, 2009
    THE ROYAL EMBLEM OF SUNGOD IS IN VOGUE
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    well had a nice experience of having an early morning breakfast. the spread was selective not too lavish but good in quality the seating arrangements were excellent. the views from the restaurant overlooking the swimming pool with the aravalli mountains in the background is stupendous. the bright light can be sometimes disconcerting due to the glare. the evening time is magical with the swimming pool lit up and the ambience is very romantic.

    Favorite Dish: buffett breakfast

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    Restuarant At City Palace: A Royal Delight

    by lynnehamman Written Oct 20, 2008

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    We had tea & scones here while visiting the palace. The variety of cakes & desserts was large and difficult to choose, but we settled for some old fashioned scones. Served with Fresh Cream & Jam. I had a look at the dinner menu - it was extensive , with both vegetarian dishes, and many Mughal meat dishes. I regret not having proper meal here.........the atmosphere and views were great. It overlooks the lake, and service was quietly efficient.

    Favorite Dish: Afternoon Chai & Scones

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    Ambrai: Good Place for a Long Lunch

    by lynnehamman Updated Oct 15, 2008

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    RELAXING AT AMBRAI AFTER LUNCH
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    This wonderful open air restuarant is situated on the banks of Lake Pichola. It is part of an hotel,but is heavily frequented by locals & tourists alike. Under huge shady trees, there are wrought-iron tables with comfortable chairs, and birds and squirrels round around, and perch on tables. Views are fantastic, overlooking ghats and the lake. Lunch can stretch on the whole afternoon.....its very relaxed. The service is good, the food is delicious, and the beer is cold.They also have a good wine list.
    At night, it comes alive with atmosphere. Candle-lit tables and music add to the exotic atmosphere.On weekend evening also dancing. It is wise to book for an evening meal.
    Ambrai can be reached on foot. It is a pleasant 20 minute walk from Lal Ghat,across the bridge.

    Favorite Dish: Pokara. Also all the vegetarian dishes were unbeatable.

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    Savage Garden: Great Atmosphere, Great Food

    by lynnehamman Written Oct 5, 2008

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    Courtyard, Savage Garden
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    This restuarant,tucked away in Chandpol, has a deep-blue painted walls, with mirrors & murals, and beautiful plants lining the charming courtyard. Its secluded & cosy. It also has an indoor dining area, which has comfortable seating, and is very tastefully furnished. It has a very relaxed atmophere... and is always crowded with happy travellers. The service was quick & efficient.
    For Lunches, its good to sit in the shady courtyard. They serve a good ice cold beer, or anything else that is required. The lunch menu is not as extensive as the dinner menu, but very adequate. Dinner is special, with candles and flowers and beautiful crockery & silver. Its best to book for an evening meal. Because it stays open until a very late hour, most diners can enjoy a meal, listen to the music, and linger over a cocktail afterwards.
    We really enjoyed this place......it has a funky feeling, quite unusual compared to other places we had eaten at.

    Favorite Dish: The Thali dishes were good, and various vegetarian dishes excellent. And the Tomato Soup was great, if somewhat spicy.

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    Natraj Restaurant: Special reco for real indian thali in UDAIPUR

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Updated Jul 8, 2008

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    Lunch Natraj Resturant
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    In Udaipur, if you are tired of eating at tourist places, go for a real authentic lunch & Diner experience to the Natraj Hotel. it is about 10 minutes ride with an auto-rickshaw from Lal Ghat. Every rickshaw driver will know it - it is famous under the locals. we went there twice and both times had an incredible tasty thali with 8 different dishes, chapati, papadum, mint sauce, lemon and rice. no tourist goes there and it is real busy at lunchtime. "all-you-can-eat" meaning you get served until you stop signaling for more - for 45 RS per person.

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    garden hotel and vintage car collection: good old pure vegetarian thali at just rs.99

    by nitendra.khatri Written Apr 16, 2008

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    this place serves very good pure veg thali for all those who are longing to know about what the Kings of Udaipur used to eat in their times...
    this is a pure jain thali... with no onion and garlic put in it...
    a must visit if one is in udaipur...
    and also to be seen is the vintage car collection of the king...

    Favorite Dish: famous veg thali...

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    Lake View Hotel restaurant: Highest in the area

    by Willettsworld Written Dec 5, 2007

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    I met up with a couple of Canadian girls over breakfast one morning and we got talking about visiting Ranakpur and Kumbalgarh. I mentioned about the possibility of hiring a car and driver for the day and then met up with them at their hotel (the Hotel Lake View) when we went on the day trip. The hotel features one of the highest restaurants in the area so you can get a good view over the lake and Lake Palace Hotel at night and, of course, they show Octopussy every night! Had a good tandorri chicken and Aloo Mutter (potato & pea curry) here.

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    Sunrise rooftop restaurant: Best avoided

    by Willettsworld Written Dec 5, 2007

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    A bit rustic looking from the outside, this restaurant has a good vantage point as it's located on the corner of a junction so you get to see the daily goings on down below. I came here for breakfast, once, which wasn't all that good. Over cooked fried eggs on toast and the worst orange juice I've ever had which I had to wait half-an-hour for as some young guy had to go and get it from somewhere. Anyway, I got talking to a couple of Canadian girls whilst here and I hooked up them for a day trip to Ranakpur and Kumbalgarh by car. the restaurant offer Indian cooking classes which the girls did and they said how good it was. There's better places to eat than this nearby.

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    Sun & Moon Roof top Restaurant: Another high option

    by Willettsworld Written Dec 4, 2007

    This is another high rooftop restaurant in the Gauguar Ghat area which is just north of the City Palace. Again, the views over the lake gives this restaurant its major draw and appeal. I had a quite good chicken curry here along with rice and naan and a nice chat with a couple of tourists which you tend to do in these sort of places. Usual king of Indian/Chinese menu. Not a bad place so would recommend.

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    Rainbow restaurant: Great location right by lake

    by Willettsworld Written Dec 4, 2007

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    This place is very well located as it's right on the shore of the lake near Gaugaur Ghat and the City Palace. I came here for dinner one evening which wasn't bad and then had breakfast here the following morning and was the only one doing so. Nice to come here at night and in the morning to witness the lake at different times of the day.

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