Jaipur, Dublin

4 out of 5 stars 3 Reviews

41 South Great George's Street 353 1 677 0999

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    Jaipur: Upscale Indian restuarant

    by bcorbitt Updated May 4, 2010

    This white clothed indian restaurant south of the liffey on the busy commerical street. It is a good place to get good if slightly pricey food especially late on Sunday night when many places are closed. Try to get there early as decent prix fixe. Never fond of Asian restaurants that charge extra for the rice even if it is only 3 more euros as rice is kind of a given for indian food. That being said both the vegeterian lentil dish and the lamb dish would good with just the right amount of spice that you could taste the good ingredients. Place is quiet so great for long conversations and the decor is upscale. It is worth the walk south of town to try the food.

    Favorite Dish: The lentil vegeterian meal since had just the right spice and could tell they used fresh lentils.

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    Jaipur: Indian Food

    by IrishFem Updated Nov 6, 2006

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    Located on George's Street not to far from the Dame Street/Temple Bar. If you like curry or indeed any type of Indian Food this place l would recommend. Lovely relaxed surroundings and attentive staff.

    Favorite Dish: A lot to choose from on the menu. I had a starter of Crab cakes stuffed with shrimp balacho. You can also choose from the following. Palak Pakora chaat, Tandoori Aloo, Mixed grill which consists of prawns, fish, chicken and lamb. Prices for starters begin around 6 to 15 Euro. Main course Monkfish in yellow mustard and green chilli, Hot Prawns speciality from Goa, Lamb Roganjosh, Badami Korma, Nalli Gosht, which is the chef's special, roasted tender lamb and much more. Main course prices start from 17 to 20 Euro. A varity of desserts on the menu. However l don't particular like desserts, but my friends had the Choclate Fondue for two, at 8.50 Euro. A selection of sorbets were also available. Prices from 5 to 9 euro I found the vegertarian dishes very tasty especially the rice.

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    Jaipur: If the pubs are closed.... eat Indian!

    by KitsyNMoxy Written Apr 21, 2003
    Jaipur, St. Georges Street

    On Good Friday, pubs are closed. What better food to enjoy with a bottle of water than Indian. Jaipur does great Indian food, in smart surroundings with super service!

    Favorite Dish: We had the Nilgiri Korma. It was unbelievably tender and slid straight off the bone into a gravy that was spiced just right.

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