This well-located hotel along the water’s edge has a good kitchen (if you avoid the `Rajasthani specialties’, which were well below the standard we had in Dungarpur) and aren’t in a hurry. Service is slow - although it got quite snappy when, after waiting 20 min for the check, we stood up to leave. The regular Indian dishes were very good - we ate here for dinner three times since we were staying at the hotel. The dining room - which is two flights of stairs up or three if you want the rooftop terrace - is pleasant and airy, with killer views and pleasant nooks in which you can recline on cushions, overlooking the lake while eating (or sit at more conventional tables if you prefer). Better to make a reservation at the restaurant since it sometimes fills up for dinner, and some tables seem to be reserved for hotel guests.
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