Spend a Majestic Night-out in Jaipur #TSCTravels

Palaces and Forts can all be visited in the day but what if I said you could enjoy the Majestic ambience of a palace and dine almost like a king in your own chamber? It’s true and to top it all you have the fine dine experience with some real good gourmet food.

In the Spotlight light today is my experience at the Bar Palladio!

Let me warn you that if you are expecting to see some authentic Rajasthani food then that will not happen in this post but the experience at the Bar Palladio is like that of what it would feel like if you were to dine at a real Palace.

Bar Palladio is in the Hotel Narain Niwas Palace which is a heritage hotel close to the Birla Mandir and Rambagh Palace.

While walking into the place we were first brought in by the seating outside which looked quite cute and cosy but trying to steer safe of the mosquitoes we opted out of sitting out. Plus the whole reason of coming to Bar Palladio was for the ambience (which according to the Google images looked very exciting).

The minute we entered the place we very terribly distracted by the interiors the designing on the walls with all the artwork. But then once we got a grip we took a little chamber that seemed to have a big table perfect for our family of seven kind of dinner, making for a private dining. This got us even more excited.

The service was really good at the place. Peanuts were served along with the drinks and the cutlery was also fabulous specially the detailing on the plates. Including the tablemats which gave it a complete dining experience. The food took about 15-20 minutes to come in but we were very pleased with everything we ate (the grilled fish, the ravioli, the finger fish was everyone’s fav and so was the chicken milanese) . Our server was quite enthusiastic and proactive. The seating is a little lounge-ish and the tables aren’t big enough to accommodate to many dishes but then we aren’t a family with huge appetites so we did just fine.

The place shuts by 11.30pm and ideally it would’ve been perfect if they were open till even half hour more. So plan your night accordingly, that you can reach the place in-time and enjoy the whole experience (and of course make time to take pictures in all the corners).

The price range for the food was about 400 for a starter and 400-500 for the main course. The drinks were also quite well priced, at 180 for a pint of beer about 400-600 for a cocktail and 200 for a small shot of whiskey.

For all you tea-totalers too there was quite a variety of teas and juices (apart from the mocktails). Especially their Ayurvedic drinks which were some four different types to teas priced at about 110.

All in all it was a really fine experience and I would suggest you make at least one visit to Bar Palladio whether day or night 🙂 Especially if Italian cuisine is your thing.

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Ravioli Ricotta e Spinaci al Burro e Salvia
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Finger Fish
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Pollo Arrostito e Spinaci e Patate

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Outfit Details-

Top- Aww by Priyanka

Denims- Only (ripped by myself)

Earings- Baapu Bazaar, Jaipur

Bracelet- Koovs

Shoes- Charles and Keith

If you love the capital city of Rajasthan then check out the other posts from Jaipur too that are already up on the Blog and stay tuned for more ❤

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