I explored the Pink city of Jaipur and spotted ‘gold’ here! It is the exquisite Suvarna Mahal restaurant where I tried the most expensive thali in Jaipur. The Thali is an unlimited deal full of Indian delicacies like Hasrat-e-husn, Makai Shehzadi, and local Rajasthani varieties like Dal Baati, Laal Maas and so much more.
It’s not just these dishes that put the ‘Shahee’ in this, even the glamorous ambience of this place adds to that royal feeling.
The delicacies are served in golden dinnerware and with cutlery designed by Versace, the walls are adorned with silk wallpapers, a 100 meters long Kashmiri Carpet lies beneath. It’s an experience of dining like royalty.
Thali Price – Rs. 6000 + Taxes
The Thali is divided into 3 parts and one thing that is served on every table is the Papad Platter
- Hasrat-e-Husn [Paneer tikka]
- Sabz Hara Kabab [Hara bhara kabab]
Main course Thali
- Dhungar Paneer [Paneer sabzi]
- Nizami Sabz Handi [Mix Veg sabzi]
- Kumbh Mutter [Mutter sabzi]
- Makai Shehzadi [Palak corn]
- Dal Suvarna [Dal Makhani ]
The breads served with these veggies were
- Hare Mutter ka paratha
- Pudina Paratha
And Khuska (rice preparation)
- Malpua Rabdi
- Shahee Tukda
- Badam Halwa
Watch the full Suvarna Mahal Thali experience on my Youtube channel.
Previously, this was a dining room where the Maharaja hosted dinner parties, there was just one large table in this room which accommodated 80 people, and each of them had their own butlers. The entire room speaks of its history through the vintage chandeliers, paintings and heirlooms placed around it.
You can relish the meal at your pace while enjoying the lively music and ambience. The food was very delicious and the service was very impressive. You can order this thali, or you have many other options in Non-vegetarian. You can also order À-la-carte
I would rate this as a once in a lifetime experience.
I also stayed at Rambagh Palace, one of the most expensive hotels in India. Watch that too!
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