The dining hall - Sangri is renowned for the mouth watering and typical Rajasthani food, served to you on a leaf platter in the tradition of Manuhaar. Your taste buds will remember this treat for a long time, while the warmth of service will stay in your heart forever.
Apart from Sangri there is another ethnic dining hall specially known for its shape - Chaupad Jeeman Ghar. In India Chaupad is an ancient game of Royal families like today's Ludo, which has four straight paths joint in center. This is what "Chaupad Jeeman Ghar" has in its shape. It has four straight rows meeting at center. Each row has 20 persons' sitting capacity where you find best of Rajasthani dishes like Batis sunk into pure ghee with Choorma, a traditional dish of Rajasthan and more...
"Gorband" is an open area dining at semi round shape ground in form of "kalis in a Ghagra" or Crease in skirt.
And finally we have the most luxurious of the setup- Royal Rajasthani – the airconditioned dining hall which serves food in silverware and on top of the delicious food, the guests also relish the cultural performance by the bhopa and bhopan.
Here also you will find Rajasthani dishes and Rajasthani curries famous all over the world for its delicious taste. Generally, Rajasthani curries are a brilliant red but they are not as spicy as they look. Most Rajasthani cuisine uses pure ghee (clarified butter) as the medium of cooking. A favourite sweet dish called lapsi is prepared with broken wheat (dalia) sautéed in ghee and sweetened.
Perhaps the best-known Rajasthani food is the combination of dal, bati and churma(dal is lentils; bati is baked wheat ball; and churma is powdered sweetened cereal), but for the adventurous traveller, willing to experiment, there is a lot of variety available. Besides, each region is distinguished by its popular sweet - Mawa Kachori from Jodhpur, Alwar ka Mawa, Malpuas from Pushkar, Rasogullas from Bikaner, Ghevar from Jaipur to name a few.
The ancient princely state of Rajasthan gave rise to a royal cuisine. The Rajas who went on hunting expeditions ate the meat or the fowl that they brought back. Even today, Rajasthani princely feasts flaunt meat cuisines that are incomparable. Their food cooked in desi ghee is famous for it's mouth- watering aroma. Rajasthan's tastiest curries are based on the use of pulses or gram flour. Dry fruits, spices and yogurt are used in many delicacies. Rajasthan can also boast of a vast array of savouries and sun-dried snacks. Be it dal baati and churma or missi roti , one always ends up licking his fingers.
Your tummy will scream "No more !" But you won't stop !!!
The Complete Menu at Chokhi Dhani