During our visit to Jaipur, we came across a place called Bar Palladio. It is a restaurant and lounge situated in Narain Niwas Palace. This place is designed in electric blue tone, inspired by the mughal architecture. The entrance to the place is beautiful and once you enter their indoor sitting, one feels nostalgic. We were struck by their beautifully laid sitting and the tone of the interiors.
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They provide outdoor sitting as well, perfect for winters. Canopies are laid out with private bonfires, maharajah type seating under the stars and a candle on the table which gives the whole environment a very romantic feel.

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The menu does not have much to offer and the pricing is a little expensive as per their serving. We only wanted to have desserts, so we ordered a Chocolate Souffle With Vanilla Ice Cream. Their service does need improvement, order time taken was more than expected, they nearly took half and hour for a small dessert. And when it came, we were not at all happy with it. The taste was less than ordinary & we ended up spending Rs550.

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This place is all about its beauty and the aura

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  1. The restaurant is really very nice. I’m sorry that the dessert was not as expected. However, it remains a beautiful place to discover.

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  2. The place really looks beautiful and it gives you a grand feeling too. But 500 bucks for a desert is really expensive too. They can do wonders if they can improve their services, with such a awesome ambience.

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  3. Its certainly the most posh bar in the town. Expensive… Yes. Limited choice… Yes. I also mentioned exactly these two points in my review as well. They now also have a cafe but that’s expensive too!

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