Located on the Dublin city's busy South Great George's St, Jaipur Indian restaurant takes basic Indian cookery as its starting point and then reinvents, recreates and exploits it in ways that are really exciting.
At Jaipur one can experience India through her world of cuisine, across an infinite palate of flavours - an Indian meal is more than a feast for the senses because it carries the impression of geography, local custom, traditional belief and religious ideology!
This custom-built restaurant is named after the “Jewel of Rajasthan” and offers diners one of Dublin city's first contemporary images of ethnic dining. It’s a cool and spacious place, with a large modern spiral staircase leading up to an area that can be used for private parties, with the main restaurant below. Modern decor and warm colours send the right messages and it is a pleasing space.
Unless in a group, when it is easy to experience a selection of dishes, first time guests might get a broad view of the offering by ordering mixed plates – beginning, perhaps, with a Jaipur kebab platter (a tandoori assortment of prawn, chicken, lamb and fish) and then a main course selection, such as Samudri Thaali – or, for vegetarians, Shakahari Thaali (Thaali is a perfect way of savouring a complete Indian meal).