It is the second largest city in Rajasthan, and with it’s palaces, forts and temples it has become a popular tourist destination. It is alternatively known as ‘The Sun City’ for the sunny weather it enjoys. Jodhpur is also known as the ‘Blue City’ because of the high usage fo color blue in many houses in the old city area.
1,033,918 (2011 census )
Majority of Jodhpur (76%) is composed of Hindus.
Shandar Sweet Home - Every dish is prepared in ghee in this restaurant. In there limited menu, one must try Gulab Jamun ki Sabzi, Gatta Sabzi, Lahsun Dal.
Location: M G Hospital Road
Gypsy - If you have worked up an appetite, this is where you should definitely be heading too, as it offers a Rajsthani Thali with a total of 29 dishes.
Visit Days: All
Time: 11AM–3PM, 7–10:30PM
Location: 689, 9th C Road, Sardarpura
Mid Town - This place offers tasty vegetarian food, alongwith Rajasthani Thalis.
Location: Hotel Suncity International
Indique - A perfect place for a romantic date, it offers a great view and great food to go alongwith it.
Location: Pal Haveli Hotel
Hanwant Mahal - It is secluded from the crowd and the noise that the city offers, one should make reservations beforehand as the restaurant is also quite famous with the locals.
Time: 11:00 - 23:00
Location: The Umaid Hills, Circuit House Road