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“Excellent British Indian/Bangladeshi food”
Review of Jaipur Palace

Jaipur Palace
Ranked #188 of 798 Restaurants in Plymouth
Price range: US$20 - US$39
Cuisines: Indian, Bangladeshi
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Dining options: After-hours, Dinner, Delivery, Reservations
Description: Award Winning Indian Cuisine and Dining at The Barbican Established to tantalise all your senses, the Jaipur Palace Restaurant offers patrons a truly Indian dining experience in every sense of the word. Inspired to deliver delicious culinary creations by Rajistan's Royal Palace, over 200 years of Indian restaurants in the UK and Plymouth's own outstanding local produce. Diners can enjoy stunning paintings and prints by Indian artists, hand carved mahogany screens, the soothing sounds of sitar music and the central water fountain.
Reviewed 24 July 2016

One of the best Indian/Bangladeshi restaurants we've visited. The food was obviously prepared with fresh spices and was all delicious. The free papadums and plenty of chutney appeared almost as soon as we were seated. The main course was put on a good sized warmer so nothing got cold. The portions were quite large and everything was cooked to perfection. The rice portion was enough for my wife and me. Drinks are reasonably priced and good. The house red wine, a Merlot, is excellent value. The owner and his staff are very friendly and the service is very good.

Thank JeevesCostadelSol
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Reviewed 26 May 2016

A nice restaurant with good food and friendly and efficient services.

A bit more expensive than many of the other nearby restauraunts.

Mains will be £10 - before the rice / nan etc taken into account.

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Thank Albia-Newton
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Reviewed 18 May 2016

We were in Plymouth on a weekend break and as it was a Friday night decided to go to this curry house. It was fairly quiet for a Friday so there were lots of tables free, even so we were put on a table towards the back of the restaurant which had a step just below a seat which could be a health and safety hazard so my husband sat next to me rather than opposite. Note to owner, it is an accident waiting to happen! We had a very friendly welcome from the owner, the service was very good and the food was very tasty. We were served with complimentary poppadoms and tasty dips. It is a traditional Indian Restaurant; even the waiters are dressed in traditional costume. The music played is authentic and a very nice atmosphere. The prices are a bit more expensive than the norm however.

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Thank Susan D
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Reviewed 22 April 2016 via mobile

I went to Jaipur with my Daughter for a farewell meal. Excellent Food in an Excellent Atmosphere within a tastefully decorated restaurant. We were presented with Popadums from a very pleasant Waiter as we perused the Menu and we decided on Kebabs to Start and Lamb dishes with Garlic & Lemon Rice for our Mains, with a side dish of Onion Bhajis. Dessert would have been a step too far and so we finished off with a Pot of Coffee. All washed down with a couples of drinks and a very pleasant time was had by us both. The restaurant although not full was fairly busy in the window of time we were there and in my humble opinion is THE only restaurant to consider when you are looking for Indian Food.......whether eat in or take away.

Thank Brianngog
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Reviewed 26 March 2016

We popped into Jaipur Palace on the way the Arts Centre on a wet evening. The cuisine is a mix of pure indian and varios other regions and yoiu are truly spoilt for choice. Almost too much to pick from. The service was pretty quick not that we were in a hurry and our dishes were both delicious and the Peshwari Nann was clearly straight from the oven. Probably one of the slightly more expensive Indian restuarants with most mains from £11.95 and rice from £3.80. Througly enjoyed the meal just had too much.

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