The idea of Jaipur Mahal is derived from Jaipur - a popular tourist destination in Rajashtan. It is also known as the “Pink city of Rajashtan” deriving it’s epithet due to the city being painted in pink (the color of hospitality) in 1853 to welcome the Prince of Wales.Jaipur - built in 18th century by Raja Sawai Jai Singh distinguished as the first planned city of India. It is a city not only rich in cultural values but also in architectural design - evident from the architecture of its city which incorporates astronomical values in its design. The town was in fact built in the form of nine part mandala known as “Pithapada". Nine signifies nine planets of ancient astrological Zodiac.Jaipur’s glory is incomplete without the mention of its famous cuisines. Rajasthani’s cuisine offers fabulous varieties of mouthwatering dishes - foods prepared with generous mixture of Indian spices and yet taste absolutely scrumptious. As per the Rajashtani’s norm, nine food varieties will be served starting with a sweet dish. We at Jaipur Mahal uphold this tradition and serve our food with much hospitality in thought. Likewise, we also serve south Indian cuisine; be it our luscious hearty meals or appetizing dishes with lower calories. The traditional food of South India is mainly rice based. Our cuisines are famous for its wonderful mixing of rice and lentils and we prepare yummy dosas, vadas, idlis and uttapams too.
In mid 2012, our subsequent venture at Jalan Ipoh commenced and named we named it “Jaipur Mahal Restaurant”. We maintained a traditional outlook in our restaurant’s interior design and yet presented a cozy environment for our customers to dine in. In late 2015, we continued our venture in Cyberjaya, the first cyber city of Malaysia.
With more than 5 years of experience and 3 outlets to date, Jaipur Mahal continues to spread its wings to give its customers a homely dining experience