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Dine & Wine

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Rajasthani, Mughlai or Continental food is served in the Nau Chaukiya Mahal (the palace of nine squares) overlooking the Banas in Rajmahal Palace. The more romantically oriented torchlit dinners on boats with local musicians can be arranged. Riverside lunches and picnics can also be arranged on request. Breakfast can be enjoyed on the terrace while watching the sunrise over the Banas river flowing through the hills or in the riverside garden.
 
All our hotels offer a fine dining experience. Our heritage food and heritage brew is winning hearts.
 
Thakur Amar Singh Ji, famous for writing the world's longest continuous diaries, brought out a series of notes on recipes, interestingly even specifying the type of metal utensils for cooking particular dishes. Revival of ancient royal cuisine or "thikana" recipes is an added attraction at our hotels. The special royal thalis served at Rajmahal Palace are a treat to the soul. Mouth watering special menu is served.
You can savor specialities ranging from delicious traditional Rajasthani cuisine consisting of delicacies like dal bati and churma. Chandrahaas, the heritage brew is a blend of natural ingredients of 80 herbs, spices and dry fruits. Distilled and matured in wooden casks which are exotic and stimulative in nature.
 
In the royal kitchens of Rajasthan, food was very serious business and raised to the level of an art-form. Hundreds of cooks worked in the stately palaces and kept their recipes very closely guarded secret. Some recipes were passed on to their sons and the rest were lost forever. It was a matter of great prestige to serve unusual dishes to guests and the royal cooks were encouraged to experiment. The tales of how cooks tried to impress their guests by presenting at least one unforgettable item on the menu have now become legends. The monthly budget ran into lakhs of rupees and the royal guests were treated mouth-watering delicacies.
 
 
 
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