A rich history, a kaleidoscopic culture, a colourful facade and mouth watering cuisine, are all synonymous with the royal city that is Jaipur. One of the major reasons that the city is such an alluring tourist destination is the fact that the cuisine here is enough to satiate pretty much anyone- the gourmets as well as the gourmands. The epicures are always on the lookout for the next best fine dining experience and if you happen to be one of them, then you have to pay a visit to these fine dining restaurants in Jaipur.

Marble Arch

Marble Arch is a restaurant with international fare to rival the best of eateries. From Chinese, to Italian and even authentic Rajasthani food, Marble Arch is the place to be at if you’re looking for some flavour rich food. The experience here is fit for kings and since there’s indoor as well as outdoor seating, there’s really not much that you’ll be left wanting for. The food itself is delectable and has a character of its own which amazingly complements the decor and setting.

Suvarna Mahal

This restaurant at Rambagh Palace is the embodiment of what a fine dining restaurant should be. Eye catching decor, tastefully done interiors and classy vibes is what Suvarna Mahal is all about. But don’t let all the razzle-dazzle fool you because the food here is nothing short of spectacular. Carrying the weight of Jaipur’s rich history on its shoulders, the restaurant brings not just the best of Rajasthani culture on a platter, but Indian culture as a whole.

Palladio Jaipur

For the best Italian fare in the city you have to pay a visit to Palladio Jaipur. Taking cues from the OG streets of Sicily, the restaurant stays true to the cuisine. Though it takes fine dining to the next level, the vibes here are completely chill and relaxing, If you’re here, don’t hesitate to try the spinach ravioli. Not only is the place great for Italian cuisine, but is also a great place for authentic Eastern as well as Middle Eastern foods. The bar too, is amazing and churns out some of the best cocktails in the city.

Skyfall by Replay

Though the Skyfall by Replay has all the essentials that make it a fine dining eatery, the food here is snacky, tangy and mixed with some classy elements. The best dishes to try here are the nachos, pastas and pizzas, each of which lend a flavourful twist to your dining experience. Pair that with the fact that they have a rooftop seating- which gives mesmerizing views of the Pink City and the numerous options from thier bar and you’ve got a great outing ahead of you.


Zoya is the perfect place to be at if you’re looking for authentic Indian cuisine in all it’s glory. The decor is classy, subtle and manages to leave a lasting impact. The best part is that it totally goes with the whole experience and the food here just adds to all of that. The best dishes to try out here are the dal makhani, butter chicken with naan and of course, the laal maas, which certainly lives up to its age old heritage.

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