Review on Jaipur
Situated in Dalkey, to the south of the city, this is one of a trio of decidedly upmarket, contemporary Indian restaurants noted for their style, colour and innovative cuisine. Like its relatives, it is a world away from the staid image of provincial curry houses, both in terms of its decor and food.
The kitchen scours the Sub-continent in search of ideas: from the streets of Calcutta there are spinach and chick pea cakes (tikki) with mustard sauce, Kerala offers cheeman manga charu (tiger prawns in coconut and green mango sauce), while old Delhi provides bhatti murgh rizala (twice-cooked chicken in light yoghurt and cashew sauce with cardamom and mint). Also check out the duck vindaloo and the unusual vegetable dishes.
The wine list has been cleverly tailored to match the spiciness of the food, with the New World making an excellent contribution. There are branches at 41 South Great George's Street, Dublin and 5 St James's Terrace, Malahide.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 1.00 - 3.00pm Sun
Dinner: 5.30 - 11.00pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express