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A RoofTop Restaurant In The Pink City Themed Around The National Bird Of The Country

The state of Rajasthan serves the most ethnicity for the country, the capital pink city of Jaipur is a perfect tourist destination to gulp in all the ethnicity that the foreign lands have known of from the exterior. It has the famous Hawa Mahal, the Hathroi Mahal- one of the many step well mahal that resides in the state.

But, we are here to share with you one of the unique and vouched over Restaurant of the city of Jaipur. The Peacock Rooftop that resides in the Hotel Pearl Palace, and is themed around the national bird of the country Peacock, as the name goes.

The restaurant has a perfect view of the city with Hathroi Fort standing right ahead of it. And on good weather days, you will be rewarded with sky shaded in precious colors, coloring up the whole city. The furniture and interiors are all colour themed in the colors of Peacock– Blue, Purple, Pink, Green and shades around them. To complete the peacockness of the place, it does have Peacock head as the shelter to the rooftop!

The eatery is along with the topnotch interiors also promises first class service from the servers and also quality lip smacking food. The menu is built around Continental, Indian and Chinese Cuisine. Along in, also comes a section dedicated to Healthy breakfast options and another section for fast food options like Pizzas, Burgers, and finally Thalis for lunch.

The restaurant is a promised full package, with Reasonable pricing with delicious tasting food, and a view to lounge in, perfect for quite and/or romantic times. So, next time you visiting the city, do not miss out on dining in here!

Location: Hotel Pearl Palace, 51, Hari Kishan Somani Marg, Gopalbari, Jaipur

Timings: 7:30 AM to 11:00 PM

Cost For Two: INR 900

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