Latitude / Longitude: 26.847580, 75.802400
Known for its perky menu, taste bud tingling cuisine, soothing music and supreme service, Albert's 1589 is one of its kinds in Jaipur. Situated besides the ticketing counter at the famous Albert hall Museum, it is true to its name and thus is the finest dining restaurant, redefining the finest dining experience in Jaipur.
Serving pure vegetarian delicacies, it offers you a variety of cuisines including Indian, South Indian, Continental and Italian. For the health loving people, it offers the best Organic salalds. Their organic food is as delicious as healthy and is a must have for any visitor. Their pizzas and sandwiches are something not to be missed.
It does not end here. You will also find an in-house bakery serving the creamiest products. From the hands of the highly experienced and renowned chef’s, come the chocolate excess cakes, brownies, cookies which are 100% pure vegetarian and egg-less. Here you’ll get to taste the Gelato, made from original Italian recipes, and it’s the healthiest form of ice-cream available.
It is the perfect place for any occasion whether it’s a birthday party, anniversary or even a conference coupling a great banquet and party facility for up to 150 people on prior booking.
It also has a unique Souvenir Shop aiming to promote indigenous products made in India. Designed by renowned designer Ayush Kasliwal- a masterpiece in itself, it houses the specialized collection put together by Timmie Kumar of traditional clothing, books, artifacts, souvenirs and more. It displays a variety of handicrafts from various parts of our vast country. The shop also displays their self unique designs printed using an ancient Rajasthani technique. What makes the best buy is that the items are reasonably priced and everyone has something as if intentionally kept only for him/her.
Well, the best choice after a tour to the museum.
Best For Whom:
- Families With Teenagers
Best For What:
- Lively Atmosphere
- Quick Bites
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