Prem Pavitra Bhojnalaya
Below Bala Qila sprawls the colourful and convoluted City Palace complex, with massive gates and a tank reflecting a symmetrical series...
Hidden within the City Palace is the excellent Alwar Museum. Its eclectic exhibits evoke the extravagance of the maharajas’ lifestyle:...
Cenotaph of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh
This double-storey edifice, resting on a platform of sandstone, was built in 1815 by Maharaja Vinay Singh, in memory of his father. To...
Alwar Hotel’s restaurant serves first-rate Indian, Continental and Chinese food; the South Indian selection is particularly good. It’s...
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Alwar’s renowned restaurant has been going since 1957. In the heart of the old town, it serves fresh, tasty pure veg food – try the delicious aloo parathas (bread stuffed with spicy potato) and palak paneer (unfermented cheese cubes in spinach purée). The servings are big; half-serves are available.
You have to pay 10% extra to eat in the air-conditioned section – but it is worth it. Turn right out of the bus station, take the first left (towards Hope Circle) and it’s on your left after 100m.