Indian cuisine is a combination of subtle tastes. Flavours are as varied as the climate of India and as exotic as the people of India. The appreciation of spices and their combinations is an acquired art and can only be achieved after many, many years of studied blending, cooking and tasting.
Indian cooking is broadly defined into five regional groups. The Northern and Eastern regions have had Mogul influences over the centuries and as such Mogul Emperors encouraged and patronised the development of Mogul cuisine, music, architecture and arts. Persian charcoal-filled clay ovens cooking kebabs, pilau and biryani are typical examples. Spiced vegetable dishes are of the Western region, whilst hot dishes are found mostly in Central and Southern regions.
Whether you are looking for an unforgettable meal with friends and family or an intimate meal for two where you can relax in comfortable surroundings, you can be assured that your time spent at Jaipur will be one of pure indulgences and one you will definitely want to enjoy time and time again.
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