Visited here while on a two day holiday in Jaipur. Nice restaurant that served both my partner and I a tasty meal. A well cooked and nicely presented variety of food that tasted as good as it looked. I would recommend this restaurant.
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When we asked for lunch to our car driver , he directly reached to this terrible restaurant.I think car drivers would get percentage from this restaurant.Very costly food didn't have quality.He charged 40 rupees for 1 lit. mineral water like 5 star hotel.Very poor food...More
This restaurant seems to be popular with drivers who chauffeur tourists around. I suspect they might be getting good kick-backs. The place was really crowded, we had to wait outside for some time to get seats - with our driver trying to help us buy...More
This was another driver stop for tourists. The food was pretty tasty, although I'm a newbie to Indian cuisine so consider that. I am in the not a good value camp, and realize the drivers do go here because they get a kickback, and the...More
We enjoyed a well prepared vegetarian lunch which was beautifully spiced. The staff were very and accommodating. I cannot understand why some reviewers have found this expensive, compared to most restaurants of any quality it is good value.
Stopped here for lunch, after visiting the palaces. Service wasn't so great, as food took long to come and we saw other people getting there food after entering after us. The food was okay, nothing special. Also pricey compared to other better rated retaurants in...More
Recommended by our guide. Good food and clean place. Simple decor and clean bathrooms. We had the house special Lal Mass (special dish from Rajasthan) which is goat (490) and Chana Pindi (cooked chickpeas in onion gravy ) (300), butter Nan (80) and Coke (50)
I thought the veg food in the place was awesome. The Aloo Jeera and Paneer Handi were just super tasty. The mutton was a bit off. The service definitely needs to improve but the food more than made up for it. Ambiance is average, may...More
My friend and I were touring Northern India in a private vehicle-for-hire and asked our driver for a local lunch establishment as we didn't want to each at our hotel again. Our driver took us to Parampara for its good tasting food and, most importantly,...More
Our lunch choices were made for us by our guide. Which can be either a good thing or a bad thing. In this case it was a good thing. Parampara isn't the cheapest place in Jaipur, but the food was good. The menu is fairly...More