Jaipur is known for its rich culture and architecture but not many people know that it was the first planned city of India established by Raja Jai Singh in 1727. It is scorching in the summers and pleasant in the winters, hence one should mark their calendars from October to March if planning a visit. People of many languages blend together in this city but all of them would understand Hindi, and most would also understand English. They are known to be welcoming and warm.
Performing art, Fair and fest, Art and craft, People and languages
Pandit Pav Bhaji
Right in front of the Birla temple, there’s a small street which is lined with a series of twenty stalls selling one dish which they have all in common, it’s Pav Bhaji. Nobody knows who had opened the first stall but today many who are selling the same food.
Must Try: Pav Bhaji
Location: Opposite Birla Temple
Peacock Rooftop Restaurant
It’s a multi-cuisine rooftop restaurant located at the Hotel Pearl Palace, Jaipur. Its attentive hospitality, unique decor, luscious cuisines, and alluring views of Hathroi Fort make this restaurant a first-class place to dine with your loved ones.
Must Try: Butter Chicken & Continental
Established in 1949, Niros is one of those famous eateries in Jaipur that’s known for serving a classic range of delicious cuisines including Indian, Chinese, and Continental. But it’s butter chicken is quite popular among locals.
Must Try: Continental & Butter Chicken
Location: MI Road, Ashok Nagar, Jaipur
It’s the place that resounds with Jaipur and its culture of ‘Padharo Mhare Des’ (Welcome). Besides traditional cuisines, Chokhi Dhani also offers exciting experiences including camel ride, traditional folk music,and dance performance.
Must Try: Rajasthani Thali
Location: Main Ajmer Road, Jaipur