Looking for fresh, hygienic and utterly delicious home cooked food? We present to you the “witches” of modern day home cooking – Ratika Bhargava (35) and Richa Khetan (29), popularly known as the ‘Cauldron Sisters’. This sister duo is slowly but surely popularizing in Jaipur the trend of ordering home cooked food rather than from…Details
Long before the Pink City was bit by the bug of tea lounges and coffee bistros, a café that had been making a wave among the Jaipurites, even more than a decade ago was, undoubtedly, Mr. Beans. When it began in 2003, Mr. Beans was the first and one of its kind café in Jaipur…Details
Here’s how the revamped menu of Jaipur Pavilion will take you on a wholesome and lip smacking culinary ride
With its revamped menu, The Jaipur Pavilion at Hotel ITC Rajputana unveils a wholesome experience that offers a caringly selected and mindfully prepared health friendly menu. The new chef crafted menu is a mélange of the good old ancient Grains of Goodness, rich Indian Super Foods, Sattava and Swasthya cuisine, Local and Regional delicacies as…Details
If you are looking for a fine dining experience with food that not only tastes sumptuous but also looks mind boggling then head straight to Le Spring by IBC. Situated at the bustling Vaishali Nagar in Jaipur, the place offers modern Indian and European cuisine with options of a rooftop & BBQ Grill Thanks to…Details
As the season changes and the scorching heat is pacified, travellers are heading towards the sultry state ofRajasthan. Being a cycle traveller I’ve pedalled the length and breadth of royal Rajasthan and have come across some splendid spheres here. Pushkar, the holy town, is the place I’ve explored the most and still find it mystic.…Details
As many as 16 grand chefs of the world’s most exclusive gastronomic society, ‘Le Club Des Chefs Des Chefs’ were in Jaipur as a part of their annual general assembly in India. Le Club des Chefs des Chefs (CCC), founded by Gilles Bragard in 1977, is a club that annually brings together the personal chefs of Heads of State across…Details
Festivity and bon homie filled the air as the age old tradition of cake mixing came alive at The Lalit, Jaipur recently. A ritual religiously followed all across the globe, ‘cake mixing’ heralds the Christmas season which is incomplete without the rich and sumptuous Christmas cake.
Jaipur’s first lounge bar on wheels, ‘Steam’ , tops the charts when it comes to the ‘Must Visit Places of Pink City’. Whether you are a tourist on a weekend getaway to Jaipur or a local dweller of the city, we would suggest that it is almost mandatory to visit Steam.
Think of Rajasthani cuisine and it is impossible to miss out on the delicacies of Hadoti. If you’re in the mood to gorge on some undiscovered legacies of the Indian culinary tradition, do not miss the Hadoti cuisine of the Rajasthani towns of Bundi, Kota and Jhalawar. Going on at Hotel ITC Rajputana under the aegis of Kitchens…Details
Jaipur is known for its royalty, design, monuments and needless to say, the markets. Some of the best shopping experiences can be found in the city’s old bazaars. And if you are a shopaholic, the city is a bliss for you. Located in the heart of Jaipur in the walled city is the Bapu Bazaar…Details