Risala goes by its literal meaning “Cavalry”. It is a tribute to the victory of the Jodhpur Lancers against the Turks at Haifa in 1918. A good show case of artifacts is kept in the memory of the war. The original handmade life size portraits of Maharaja Sumer Singh and Maharaja Umaid Singh add the old charm to the place. This fine dining restaurant serves Indian and Continental delicacies. Don’t miss the authentic Rajasthani cuisines coming directly from the Royal Kitchen of Maharaja.
Open for lunch and dinner, book a table to try their finest and widest collection of domestic and international wine. The in-room dining is a bright colorful décor royal ambiance. The window side dining gives beautiful view of Mehrangarh Fort, palace gardens and the blue city Jodhpur.
Pillars, the multi-cuisine restaurant cum café, is aptly setup to suit its name. This alfresco setting can be located in the western back side of the hotel by the side of array of red sandstone pillars. Set up in the verandah, this is a perfect place to have some leisure time, hangout with friends or make new companions. Open all day, this is a perfect place to try freshly brewed coffees, teas, light snacks or full meals. Take up an evening at this place to experience the sunset. Across the pillars is Baradari lawns frequently visited by peacocks and nearby chirruping birds. At late evening, brighten up Mehrangarh fort rise up the spirits.
Sunset Pavilion is personally setup by present HH. His inputs are implemented carefully to take the guests in the times of 1940s. The guests are first taken to carve wood interiors elevator that stops at the “Whispers” gallery. The gallery wall is a royal showcase of wall paintings depicting the royal family members, Vintage cars collection, hunting tradition pictures and Jodhpur flying club. The royal motifs of Jodhpur are placed all over the place.
Open for evening brunch and dinner, the expert chefs try the best food presentation of Barbeque and Grilled servings. The must try signature dishes at this place are – Angus steak, Khargosh Soola, Barbequed Lamb, Grilled Ravioli and Wire meshed Fish. Your meal is added with Indian breads and Biryani. Guests are served welcome drinks of warm Mulled wine or Mulled Grape Juice.
The Trophy Bar
The Trophy Bar is a royal place for a leisure time with your family, friends and make new companions. The bar is a symbolic representation of hunting trophies on display in the form of large Wild Boar tusks, Tiger skin cushions, Gazelles, Bears, binoculars and a collection of fishing gear along with hunting, fishing and pig-sticking memorabilia. An original 6-foot elephant tusk hunted by the royal family is the main trophy on display.
Guests here should absolutely try finest selection of whiskeys, tequilas, martinis and other creativity with alcoholic drinks; well complemented with Cuban cigars. Try their sumptuous light snacks and finger foods with fun filled soothing musical time.
Take up a surprised dining booking with your loved one or date dining at Umaid Palace. The unexpected dining arrangement can be seen at high raised secluded turret or one quiet corner of Baradari Lawn. The special menu is created in consultation with the chef to involve in your private dining.
This romantic dining is joined by soft beat music and the pleasant scent of dhoop (incense).