Jaipur is any epicure's heaven, the kind of grub & places you can find here in the city are entirely different than anywhere in the country. For those who appreciate a good view, a great ambiance and a nice vibe accompanying their food, there are several options in the city. Jaipur is brimming with theme cafes and restaurants where you can lose yourself and transport to a completely different zone.

So if you're looking for a nice rooftop restaurant in Jaipur, where you can enjoy a pleasing view and great food, this is where you need to look. We've curated a list of our top 5 favourite rooftop places in Jaipur that you definitely need to visit.

1. Ta Blu

If you're a sucker for all things colourful vibrant and breathtaking, Ta Blu is the place for you. Pristine white, deep blue, orange, purple, pink, green and red; there isn't a colour on the colourwheel that you won't find here. The place mimics the morning sky, with its white and blue colour scheme and we're in love with the view that you get from these giant windows.

The cocktails, pasta and kebabs here are quite popular.

Location: Hotel Clarks Amer, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Near Malviya Nagar, Jaipur

2. The Night Jar

Another gem of a place hidden away at MI Road, The Night Jar is ideal for those who're looking for some greenery and a splash of weird. The beauty of the place is the industrial vibe that is glammed up with the presence of a number of plants.

Sitting here is akin to being at a new-age garden of sorts where you can also relish good food and great service. Do try the pink sauce pasta, loaded nachos and the chicken tikka here, they are a crowd favourite.

Location: Leisure Inn Grand Chanakya, 3rd Floor, Panch Batti, MI Road, Jaipur

3. Asilah

If you like for all things royal, elite and stunning, Asilah in Jaipur is the perfect spot for you. The place is as stunning as you can imagine it and being here with a special someone makes the place even more special. The place is perfect for a romantic dinner and nothing compares the to view of the setting sun from up here.

They serve delicious zaafrani kebabs, bean burritos, quesadillas and bruschetta.

Location: 4th Floor, Chandra Mahal Garden, NH 11, Agra Road, Jaipur

4. Douse Rooftop & Kitchen

A beautiful place with a stunning setting, Douse Rooftop & Kitchen is a great hideaway for those who're a seeking calm and a peaceful place away from the bustling city. With neutral colours of blue, green, white and plants all around make you feel quite close to nature and puts you in a zen vibe.

The pizzas here are a killer, the barbecue, chicken tikka and Sicilian style are our favourites.

Location: C 39, Hari Marg, Opposite Kardhani Shopping Centre, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur

5. Blackout

Blackout is the place to be when you want to feel like you're literally on top of the world. The place is not just comfortable but also quite leisurely and fun. The view from up here is specially stunning during the evening and we would recommend coming here after hours to grab a quick drink with pals.

Make sure to try the dimsums, the nawabi chicken tikka, the juicy lucy burger, the blackout meat lovers pizza and more.

Location: Hotel Golden Oak, 9th Floor, Ahinsa Circle, Landmark Building, C Scheme, Jaipur

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With so many options and such stunning places to pick from, it is a must to give each one of these a visit. So pick a restaurant, head on out, order a drink or two and enjoy a meal with a view.

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