Today when we go out, food isn’t the only thing we look forward to. What makes a place great is everything put together- food, vibe and decor. If you’re looking to find the most Instagrammable place that also serves great grub. We’ve got you covered! Pink Moustache in Jaipur will hit all of your sweet spots with its shabby chic interiors, a comfortable vibe and great food.

The cafe is decorated in vibrant colours and neutral tones. The use of colour in the furniture is complemented by the toned down pastel washed walls. The glamorous chandeliers are complemented by rustic wooden pieces and unpolished scaping. The entire cafe is covered in portraits and pictures of the royals that shaped the culture of the city.

Not just that, the cafe has a modern shabby-chic vibe that we are in love. And if you feel like the ceiling is closing in on you, the cafe also has a rooftop seating from where you can admire the Jaipur skyline.

It’s not just the interiors here that’ll make you head spin, the food at Pink Moustache is great too. We are in love with their pink sauce pasta and the cheesy garlic bread will have to be on top of our list.

You can also get a plethora of salads, sandwiches (the basil, mozzarella and tomatoes is the best), pizzas and a ton of snacks. You can also get Chinese specialities such as paneer chilli, sezchewan noodles, hakka noodles and chopsuey.

And if the hunger pangs get to you, Pink Moustache also serves a ton of classic North Indian and Rajasthani food, complete with methi malai mutter, malai kofta, jeera rice, raita and much much more.

Pink Moustache also offers a plethora of shakes, the kitkat, mars and toblerone shakes are good enough to satisfy any chocolate lover. You can also try the fresh pressed juices and the mocktails here, they will take away the edge from the desert heat instantly.

Plus, the entire menu is quite reasonably priced, so you won’t have to sell half a liver to afford a meal. So the next time you feel like chilling with your friends and enjoying some good grub, head to Pink Moustache and thank us later.

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