1135 AD Amber
Latitude / Longitude: 26.912416, 75.787287
1135 AD Amber, derived its name from king Ambrish, founder of Kachhwaha dynasty. It is located at one of the highest levels of the fort Amber Palace. The spirit of the restaurant emerges from the glorious past, which has been masterfully restored; with various sections of continental cuisine with specialty of veg. & non veg. Rajasthani food catering to everyone’s feelings and appetite at the same time.
Antique silver furniture, crystal chandeliers and silken rugs sit under frescoed ceilings and gold-kissed walls creates just the right ambience to sizzle with royal romantic dine feeling. 1135 AD Amber serves scrumptious dishes with impeccable service and a royal feel in all of its segments.
Shahi Aangan courtyards where one can sit in the lamp lit open terraces and be seduced with the charm of the local artists performing on the traditional melodies of Rajasthan filling magic to the evening.
Dine in the intricately decorated Swarna Mahal, which serves traditional Indian and authentic Rajasthani food that are prepared by old culinary experts.
The Sheesh Mahal has a private dining room, where one can enjoy candlelit evenings with a stunning view of Jaipur at night in a romantic environment.
Shahi Jharokhas, the two private terraces with their own musicians is a place exclusively for the lovers. Here the food is served on Silver Thalis.
Regal experience takes another step and wins you over in a special royal boardroom. Diwaan E Khaas, which is a significant segment of 1135 AD Amber, is a boardroom for seating arrangement for upto 16 individuals. It serves as a private courtroom along with a dining place in a royal ambience.
Being here is an absolute experience of royal luxury, impeccable service, imperial treatment, musicians and a plenty of Rajasthan.
- Moderately Priced
Best For Whom:
- Families With Children
Best For What:
- A Bit of Romance
- Fine Dining
- Lively Atmosphere
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