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Private Dining

For the moments when three’s a crowd, request a private dinner on our lawns or terraces. Our chefs will create a personalised menu and ensure a memory that lives on long after the experience is over.
We have a wonderful experience of “Dine under the Stars” at our Neem Garden for a truly romantic experience with a personalised menu and venue under the Neem tree. A sundowner on our Terrace is a perfect way to spend an evening with a loved one or friends and family.

Bougainvillea Bar

Great hors d’oeuvres. A connoisseur’s selection of wines, cigars and spirits make this outdoor bar a royal dining retreat to enjoy a lazy sundowner or a hot afternoon pick-me-up. If you’re the nostalgic type, you can always imagine the kings celebrating victories and successful hunts here – with a drink too many under their gallant belts.

The Heritage Quarter

Rajput royal dining cuisine is modelled on royalty’s favourite past-time – hunting. Initially created to make game meat taste good, these recipes now feature even vegetarian dishes with equal elan. Dal mewari, diljani, imarti with rabdi. The grand royal dining ceremonial repasts speak of days where slow charcoal fires cooked the game. When generations of hands flavoured curries.
And women fried and baked desserts fragrant from food flavouring ittars like chameli and juhi. Whether it’s our govind gattey ki sabzi, a very toothsome spicy curry made of gram flour dumplings; boiled and prepared in a rich onion, yoghurt gravy or it’s our laal maas, a spicy dish cooked with yoghurt and hot ingredients like red mathania chillies. – each dish is a work of art created by our unseen artists.
Dessert, too, is treated differently by Rajput royalty. It is not eaten at the end of a meal but before, during and after a meal. Alcohol accompanies every course at a royal meal. Never ones for abstinence, each thikana had its own alcohol recipes, overwhelming each meal with an equal abundance of spice, sweetness and inebriation.
Our restaurant timings are 07:30am to 10:30am for Breakfast, 12:30pm to 3:30pm for Lunch and 7:30pm to 10:30pm for Dinner.

In-room Dining

Our In-Room – Royal Dining menu also offers midnight selections for those who eat late or just want to sign off with another course or snack from our gourmet menu. In the ancient days, all royalty had to do was clap for an order to be placed. In these modern times, today’s royalty will have to use the telephone.

High Tea

Go Exploring Aboard A Vintage Suv. Carry A Hamper With You And Enjoy A High Tea On Your Adventures –
Just Another Day In The Life Of A Maharajah.