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Continuing my trend of exploration, I visited one of the most luxurious hotel in Jaipur and one of the best in the country. "The Fairmont" this beautiful structure gives you an impression of an castle from ancient Middle East. This magnificent hotel located on the outskirts of Jaipur on national highway NH 8. "Zarin" an traditional dinning setting, clubbed with luxurious seating rich in colors and textures with extravagant decor along with background music and lights creating an perfect setting for an cozy dinner with your loved ones where "Thali" meal is served an Rajasthani platter which is an assortment of multiple dishes from the traditional kitchen of Rajasthan. Each dish has it's own story as it comes from distant corner of the state ranging from different seasons be it choices of traditional bread or vegetables it is always an experience to try out traditional kitchen meals. Zarin restaurant did full justice in preparing and serving an delicious Rajasthani meal platter that showcases high end hospitality and variety from the land of Rajasthan. After an massive "Thali" meal multiple choices of local desert arrives which an dash of local touch these rich Indian deserts are always an hit at any occasion. I would like to thank courteous staff for their warm hospitality and world class professionalism from the handling team of Zarin restaurant. I had the privilege to meet Food and beverage director Mr Amit Khandwal and was amazed to learn how multiple outlets are functioning everyday providing experiential services to many visitors like me making an solid attempt making their visit unique and special. I look forward to more such occasions and experiences !
Zarin is an Indo-Persian fine dining destination in Jaipur, recreating a culinary art that has, over centuries, celebrated the fusion of two of the most ancient cuisines in Asia. This place offers carefully crafted offerings forming a compilation of Indo-Persian dishes, each an applaud-worthy combination of flavor, technique & tradition.
We had a very delicious meal at Zarin. The quality and the taste of the food was very good. We started the meal off with soup followed by the chicken and kebabs. Both meals were great, but we still felt a little hungry. The portions are not very large at all.We also felt the prices were on the higher end. If you want to try something different instead of Indian food, then this restaurant has the combination of good food in a very romantic setting.
When you enter the restaurant, you are transported to another time and place. Rich colors, beautiful fabrics and rugs, magical lighting, and views from every window. And, the food did not disappoint! Savory, crisp bread snacks. Authentic, well-seasoned and well-prepared dishes. My favorite was the Persian Biryani. It was moist and had a wonderful richness of flavors. I had a glass of crisp, white Indian wine with my meal, which came recommended by Mr. Iritra. After the meal, they served a lovely platter of fruit, nuts and a warm pot of custard; and, Master Chef, Mr. Mohammad Qureshi, stopped by my table to ask about my experience. What a delightful meal!
The Fesanjoon was great, although it had Indian Garamond masala. The koobida was basically a mild Indian lamb kabob. I definitely recommend the fesanjoon. The meal consists of appetizers with salad that has cilantro, the main meal which includes rice, grilled peppers and a grilled tomato and dessert. The rice is cooked in a Indian style. Overall, it was a nice change from the spicy Indian food. 2 main dishes, water plus tax and tip was about $67, but that’s reasonable considering that it’s located at the Fairmont.