4 Ways to Have the Best Time at Devraj Niwas Jaipur

5 08 2017

An extended stay or a quick trip, Jaipur is a place that caters to it all. When you are in such a lovely city, it’s only natural to stay in a hotel that matches the beauty. Your best choice for a memorable experience in Jaipur is Devraj Niwas. This unique hotel amid the bustling city is like an oasis of calmness. You can have the time of your life here even if you don’t want to roam around the city a lot. Devraj Niwas will take care of you in the most attentive way so that you get back refreshed. Here’s how you can have a fulfilling experience at the hotel-

Get one with nature

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The green surroundings are USP of this boutique hotel. Big trees, small plants, scented flowers and chirping birds- Devraj Niwas is the haven that we all need to get away from the taxing speed of life. Spending a day here is like a relaxing day in the lap of nature. Just sit back and enjoy.

Live a little slowly

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Devraj Niwas is built in a completely different way. It is not a heartless multi-storey building rather the rooms are hidden behind dense trees. Tucked away in your room, you will get everything you want. The rooms are aesthetically decorated and boast of all the modern amenities. You get an LCD TV to flip through the channels at your own pace. There is also a tea/coffee maker so that you can prepare your cuppa the way you like and sip on it while reading your favorite book.

Savor the delicacies

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The hotel has a wide variety of cuisines to offer. Our Forresta Kitchen and Bar is a fine dining restaurant where you will get both Indian and world cuisines. At Jai’pour Café and Bar, the platter is quirky and equally delicious.

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To wash down the food, we have the choicest wines and bubbling beer or any other drink you love.

Make a splash

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Eat, drink and be merry by our sparkling pool! This is the place to unwind and let serenity engulf you. You will cherish the beautiful time spent here.

Devraj Niwas, Forresta Kitchen & Bar, Jai’pour Cafe & Bar

Near Moti Mahal Cinema, Khasa Kothi Crossing, Jaipur – 302016 INDIA info@devrajniwas.com

Telefax: (+91) 2200550, 2200660 ,9001277333





A Memorable Evening on a Platter

16 09 2014

The right ambiance has a BIG say in setting the mood right just for everything. A perfect ambiance can turn food into an experience and fill an evening with delightful memories. And Devraj Niwas, Jaipur is a wining name in the entire Pink City for its lovely lush green and soothing ambiance. Steal some moments for yourself from your daily grinds and enjoy a calming evening in the restful atmosphere of Devraj Niwas, Jaipur.

A Memorable Evening on a Platter

An elegant and serene ambiance, filled with the fresh, cool air – is something you are definitely going to love at Devraj Niwas, Jaipur. Pitched in the backdrop of lush greenery, the hotel is a peaceful retreat. Its outdoor ambiance is marked by dim lighting, soothing music and comfortable wooden seating to add charm to your evening.The rich taste and heavenly aroma of our scintillating food is something you will remember for long. At our in-house restaurant, the Forresta Kitchen & Bar you can enjoy the best of all cuisines. An impressive selection of delectable starters, delicious veg & non-veg main course, tempting desserts and fine cocktails will make your dining experience extra delicious.

A Memorable Evening on a Platter

With our sumptuous food, impeccable services and luxuriant ambiance, we welcome you for a pleasant evening that you will remember for long. Whether you’re on your first romantic date, celebrating birthday, friends get-together or just trying to make an occasion special, the Devraj Niwas is the perfect destination to be and fulfill all your needs of a terrific evening with a dash of fun in its pleasing atmosphere.

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Happy Evening !! 🙂

For Enquiry-
Address: Khasa Kothi Circle, Jaipur.
Contact:+91-90012-77333, +91-141-2200550, +91-141-2200660





Aloo Bukhara Kofta on World Vegetarian day

1 10 2013

Are you a kofta lover?? A dish that always does wonders to your taste buds. How about having the delicious dish of Aloo Bukhara kofta for dinner tonight?? Just keep reading and find out how to make this perfectly heavenly dish in some simple steps 🙂

Aloo Bukhara Kofta

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Ingredients

•Apricots,soaked and stoned – 8
•Potatoes,boiled, peeled and mashed – 3 medium
•Green cardamom powder – a pinch
•Cornflour/ corn starch – 1 1/2 tablespoons + for dusting
•Salt – to taste
•Tamarind paste – 2 tablespoons
•Oil – to deep fry
For gravy
•Oil – 2-3 tablespoons
•Onions, sliced – 2 medium
•Tomatoes, roughly chopped – 3 medium
•Cashewnuts – 10-12
•Ginger-garlic paste – 1 tablespoon
•Turmeric powder – 1/2 teaspoon
•Coriander powder – 1 tablespoon
•Red chilli powder – 1 teaspoon
•Salt – to taste
•Cream – 1/2 cup + for garnishing
•Garam masala powder – a pinch
•Green cardamom powder – a pinch
•Fresh coriander leaves – for garnish

Instructions

1. Mix together potatoes, green cardamom powder, cornflour and salt in a bowl. Stuff each aloo bukhara with ¼ tbsp tamarind paste.
2. Divide the potato mixture into 8 portions and roll into balls. Dust each ball with cornflour and shape it like a katori, place an aloo bukhara in the centre, gather the edges and seal. Shape them into koftas.
3. Heat sufficient oil in a kadai. Deep fry the koftas in hot oil till golden. Drain on absorbent paper.
4. To make gravy, heat oil in a non stick pan, add onions and sauté till golden. Add tomatoes and sauté till they turn pulpy.
5. Add cashewnuts, ginger-garlic paste, turmeric powder, coriander powder, red chilli powder and sauté. Add salt and mix well.
6. Transfer this mixture into a mixer jar and grind into a paste with sufficient water.
7. Transfer this paste into the pan and cook for 3-4 minutes. Add cream, garam masala powder, cardamom powder and mix well.
8. Place koftas in a serving bowl and pour the gravy over them. Garnish with some cream and coriander leaves and serve hot.

Cook and treat yourself and family with this yummy dish tonight or come over to Forresta Kitchen and Bar and let us serve you 😀





It’s time for #instaclickngain !!

6 09 2013

Along with the lush green ambiance, the wide variety of dishes and the well stocked bar, Forresta has now come up with an exciting event #instaclickngain. Now all you have to do is own a smartphone !!

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In your next visit to Forresta, just have a lovely meal and

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Instagram is an amazing and fun way to share your life with the world. You can just take pictures and videos, apply digital filters to them and share them on various social network services. Forresta has now arrived on Instagram and you’re all welcome to join us for a meal and have some fun with pictures and #instaclickngain.





Delight in Do Pyaza

17 05 2013

Chicken do pyaza , Mutton do pyaza, bhindi do pyaza, egg do pyaza, Paneer do pyaza… Are all these dishes sounding very familiar? Have you noticed what’s that one thing common in all these piquant dishes? Yes, you are absolutely right – it is the word ‘Do Pyaza’. But do you know what does this mean and from where did it come into existence or why it is used post some of the dishes? We got to tell you the logic behind it.

Do pyaza is a Persian word meaning (having) two onions. The term is generally used for South Asian curry dishes. Such dishes are prepared with large quantities of onions, added twice in a single preparation. One at the time of preparing curry paste and other for garnishing.

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Do Pyaza has a very interesting history of its origin. According to a legend, once the courtier of Mughal emperor Akbar Mullah Do Piaza accidently added a large quantity of onions to a dish. The dish further evolved in Hyderabad, India and became a necessity of Hyderabadi cuisines. Since too much of onions make dish very sweet so, they are accompanied by adding something sour to the dish. Generally, raw mangoes, tomatoes, gooseberries are added but people often use lemon juice – the best and an all time available souring agent. Simplest of recipes of Do Pyaza are made up onions, garlic, ginger and whole hot ‘Indian’ spices such as black cardamom, cloves and peppercorns, salt and chili powder.

Paneer do pyaza  is a unique paneer recipe and the recipe calls for more onions and less tomatoes unlike the usual tomato based paneer recipes.

Try the delicious and yummy Paneer Do Pyaza at Forresta Kitchen and Bar and taste the magic of onions in this summer !!





Fall in love..with Italian tonight !!

14 02 2013

On the day of love, are you dreaming about a romantic dinner with candlelight and wine? When it comes to the food of love, Italian is one of the most favorite choices.

Italian cuisine has always been known for its garlic, its olive oil, its tomatoes, its weakness for wine, and for that uncanny way it has of defying the rules: the more you eat the healthier you are. Well, the real lesson Italian cuisine taught the world is a simple one: it’s all about what you eat and the quality of the ingredients you use. Olive oil is not just oil. Tomatoes must be fresh. Garlic is good for the heart and red wine is great as long as it’s good. This indicates how more and more people are coming to appreciate the unique versatility of Italian cuisine, as it promotes simple cooking, in the respect of each ingredient’s single flavor, appearance and texture.

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Be it the various varieties and faces of pasta, that happily topped thin crust pizza or the yummy garlic rubbed Bruschetta as a kick starter, Italian food is always ready to send you to a cheery mood trip !!

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It is a common belief that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and the thought of cooking a special meal takes this into consideration. You aren’t a person who normally cooks?

No need to fret!!

Just dress up in your best clothes and feel the love in the air with the best Italian in town at Forresta Kitchen and Bar tonight 🙂

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Happy Valentine’s Day ❤





DSC Jaipur Lit Fest starts with a blast !!

24 01 2013

Welcome to the world of the best books, writers, cricketers, fashion, music, glamour and excitement as Jaipur Literary Fest has taken off today!!

The DSC Jaipur Literature Festival 2013, the largest literature festival in Asia-pacific , kicked off today with rights campaigner and Bengali writer Mahasweta Devi’s keynote speech – ‘O to Live Again’. 

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 Ashok Gehlot – CM of Rajasthan and Margaret Alva – Governor of Rajasthan graced the inaugural event with their valuable presence.

Having written on the “culture of the downtrodden” throughout her life, Mahasweta Devi referred to the simple dreams of simple people in her speech. She called for the “right to dream” to be the first fundamental right of all human beings.

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The five-day haven of literature that starts today brings together renowned authors, thinkers, philosophers from around the world to Jaipur. It will have speakers who will bring their thoughts, ideas, journeys and experiences to the Festival through debates, discussions and readings.

The other sessions thorough the day to watch out for, are – ‘Remembering Sunil Da’ – A session that will mark the tribute to iconic author Sunil Gandopadhyay. It will be a session that will focus on his journey in the Indian Literature. Another session on that will catch the visitors attention will be Colliding Worlds: The Quest for Justice’ will speak across the divides of ideology and conventional identity tags. There would be an intriguing session by musical genius Javed Akhtar and Ameena Saiyid, Managing Director, Oxford University Press, Pakistan called ‘Ismat and Annie’. It will be a session where two brilliant minds will discuss literary argument between two Urdu writers Ismat Chughtai and Qurrat-ul-Ain Haider.

The DSC Jaipur Literature Festival is considered to be Asia’s leading literature event, celebrating national and international writers, and encompassing a range of activities including film, music and theatre.








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