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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the most popular restaurants in Udaipur?

Reema Bhalla DEC 10 2012
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Does the foodie in you get excited at the thought of trying culinary delights at new places? If so, then Udaipur is the place for you! Having fed royalty for almost five centuries now, this city surely knows how to please your palate. Take your pick from multi-cuisine restaurants, local food eateries or charming cafes and the city will surprise you with its choices! Some of the most popular restaurants in Udaipur are:


  • Lake Palace Restaurant

    Grand chandeliers, imposing paintings, antique furniture and a luxurious atmosphere best describe the Lake Palace Restaurant, which promises a dining experience fit for royalty. With courteous staff and an lakeview location complementing the yummy Continental, Asian, Indian, Contemporary Western and Italian cuisines, the Lake Palace Restaurant makes for a mesmerising dining experience. Prior reservation is a must.
    Meal for two is upwards of INR 8000.

    Address: The Taj Lake Palace Hotel
    Lake Pichola
    Telephone: +91-294-2428800

  • Zeal Restaurant

    One of the newest contenders on the restaurant scenario of Udaipur, the Zeal resto-bar is known for its Mughlai, Rajasthani and Continental delicacies. Try the inventive cocktails here or get up and shake a leg on the dancefloor if you want, have a great time when you eat at this place. Do try the Paneer Methi Seekh Kebab and the Harabhara Kebab when here!

    Address: Vivek Jain
    47, Panchwati
    Near Axis Bank
    UIT Road

    Telephone: +91-99822-46661


  • Pushkar's Cafe

    Small droplets of water rolling down that chilled bottle of beer, a mellow ambience and soothing music to match, long conversations that are soft and memorable - this is the true feel of Pushkar's Cafe. A laid back setting with friendly and enthusiastic staff, this is a favoured place by many to unwind over a couple of drinks. Play Keramball (Indian-snooker) or Carrom, or simply soak in the chilled out ambience here and relax. The place also serves some delightful snacks and hookas, along with the regular milk shakes and cocktails.

    Address: Gadiya Devra
    Chandpol Road


  • Cafe Edelweiss

    One of the perfect places to start the morning in Udaipur, this cafe is known for its yummy sandwiches and adorable pastries. With a vibe that is instantly going to fill you up with energy, this small cafe sits in a pocket of Udaipur which is buzzing with activity and pleasurable nonetheless. Don't forget to try the almond chocolate pie when here!
    Snacks for two at around INR 400.

    Address: Gangaur Ghat Road


  • Ambrai

    Famous for its waterfront location and the brilliant views, Ambrai combines and serves
    Indian and local cuisines to its guests. Retaining an old world charm with its sprawling gardens and wrought iron furniture, the place is ideal for long romantic dinners, away from the maddening crowds and in a surreal world.
    It is a good idea to make a
    prior reservation here as the place is packed most of the times.

    Address: Hanuman Ghat
    Telephone: +91-294-2431085

  • Jaiwana Haveli Roof Top Restaurant

    Totally worth the climb up the cramped and narrow staircase of the Jaiwana Haveli, this is a great place to head to for continental style egg, toasts and the perfect cappuccino. With the views of the royal palace on one side, Lake Pichola on the other and yummilicious food in front of you, this place is as close to perfect as it gets for a cosy meal. Don't forget to try the Malai Kofta and Veg Biryani they serve here!

    Address: 14, Lalghat
    Jaiwana Haveli
    Telephone: +91-294-2411103


  • Natraj Restaurant

    A massive three storey structure that houses two floors of a dining hall and one floor for ala carte, the Natraj Restaurant is famous among tourists and residents alike. Our recommendation? Climb up the first flight of stairs and head to the Dining Hall, where you will be welcomed by a cacophony of murmurs and happy faces. Take your pick from the Rajasthani or Gujarati Thali here and relish these authentic local delights (you can fall in love with the Kadhi served in these thalis). You can also try Indian cuisines from the ala carte menu at the ground floor.
    Eat as much as you want and spend only INR 140 per thali.

    Address: Bapu Bazaar
    Near Railway Station
    Telephone: +91-294-2487488

  • Garden Palace Restaurant

    Housed in the erstwhile Garden Palace, this restaurant still lives in its old world ambiance. With options for both ala carte and buffet thali, this is the place to head to if you want to try local cuisine which isn't very spicy. The Vintage Car Museum is located a short walk from here and makes for an excellent place to digest your food while strolling down the courtyard. P.S. The Gulab Jamuns served here are simply divine!

    Address: Garden Palace Hotel
    Near Gulab Bagh
    Suraj Pol

With all the options you have for dining out here, give the buffet dinner at your hotel a miss and head out for a gastronomic adventure in Udaipur! Trust me, if I were to name Udaipur, I would rather name it the city of good food!

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