This restaurant is located at the end of the bazaar, and like everything in Pushkar it's very easy to locate. For 100 rupees, you get a buffet with 5 different kinds of Indian food. It was honestly not bad, but they also have a menu whose local food isn't very exciting. Besides the restaurant, the terrace is very comfy and we watched a beautiful sunset over Lake Pushkar. If you go, you have to try the dessert called "Hello to the Queen", and the pizzas are especially good.
Going up the road to the fort of Meheranghar you should stop at one of the food stalls calm the hillside. Most have balconies with great views of the city, and offer a drink typical of India. The lassis are like a spicy liquid yogurt may well be salty or sweet. We can distinguish between the 2. The 1st is made from fruit and is delicious and the 2nd, known as bhang lassi, is a derivative special seasoning cannabis. The latter is also really fun.
A dinner from a movie, on a movie set. Everything starts with a boat ride at sunset from the very lading stage that you have to make a booking to go to the Lake palace, a palace located in the middle of Lake Pichola, the mountains on one side, on the other side the large Maharaja's palace illuminated at nights and is a delight to the eye. On the hotel boat you are greeted like a maharaja, from reception through all intalaciones, gardens and restaurant you feel like a you are in a fairy tale. typical Indian food but well cooked, I recommend the chicken masala skewers or tandori .. in this white marble palace part of the 007 movie Octopussy was filmed.
While you see this curious dance you can eat lunch at Hindu, with rich food, that is cheap in the center of Jaipur's many dinner theaters just to enjoy the show only at dinner time, in the case of hotels. I lost the card with the name of this restaurant but if you ask You will find several places that do this during lunch and are also very cheap and have different spectacles offered at the hotels for dinner. In this dance an indian girl was dancing with spinning bowls on her head, she was putting more and more bowls on and I did not see the other shows where she was leaning with so many bowls on her head and in her mouth she grabbed some rupees, I was surprised as I fell out and could lean without a bowl.
You will find thousands of these fast food places across India. If you're in this country you should be familiar with them as it is not often easy to find a place to eat. Things are usually fried in a millpond and basically they use the most common products in India such as wheat, rice, lentils and milk, and after each one plays a little with his imagination, but those that you see are the most common that you can recognize. Pan-pakhora, samosa, bondas, dosa or masala-dosa, etc. What is certain is that as soon as you see this, you can´t help but stop. I had such a good time!
Before traveling to India we gathered information about recommended restaurants that were a good price and also clean. We found this restaurant in Jaipur recommended in the ´traveler´s bible´(the lonely planet) and also on some forums. So, for our first lunch in town, we decided to try and find it. We had already spent a couple of grueling hours haggling over quilts and saris so we didn´t want to stop and ask for any help with directions - we knew that one question could take a few hours. So, we decided to try to find it with our map. Giving away cows, cars, bikes, street vendors and beggars ... They followed us like a procession, we made the mistake of giving a few rupees to the first, and was due to give the alarm, because suddenly looked like the head of a manifestation and all behind. Seeing that would more, we stopped a tuck tuck and after price adjustment, we jumped. Although you tell the driver where you want to go, ever want to take better muuuuuuucho elsewhere, and this is not going to be less, so after 20 turns, stops at other sites, careers and insistence, we had to put "serious "and we finally The place was packed, there were only a couple of tables of" touristy ", and the rest Hindus executives. Pretty dim lighting, and the service very good, though without doubt your best food (especially recommend the Thali) the basket with all kinds of chapatis (the coconut to die ..) .. And especially postres.El price pretty good when you consider the quality, atmosphere and cleanliness.
This restaurant is in the center of the bazaar of Pushkar and the lake, and it has 2 floors and both have great views of the lake. As for the menu, it is not especially cheap, the dishes are around 100 rupees but the variety is wide, as well as traditional Indian food you can find dishes from all over the world and they are good. The only bad thing is that they are slow to serve but this is quite typical in Indian restaurants.