Jaipur certainly has an abundance of restaurants. There are many different places to enjoy both traditional Indian meals and internationally-inspired cuisine. Plenty of famous dishes like butter chicken, dal makhani and samosas can be found throughout the city. Traditional Rajasthani food is also available in Jaipur. However, there isn’t much in the way of nightlife here and many of the restaurants in the city refuse to serve alcoholic beverages.Shopping
Jaipur has become famous for its rajais and jewels. There are many small traditional shops that sell the rajais cotton quilts. Chandi Ki Taksal is also the best place to find beautiful jewel shops. It rests in the north-eastern corner of the city centre. The city bazaar is also worth visiting, offering everything from food spices to tea leaves.