I have been living in Milton Keynes for close to a year now.
And for that year I have walked past this restaurant twice a day; to and from work.
I have always been intrigued but I've never visited.
I finally got a chance last week to visit and try out their award winning cuisine.
Jaipur is an Indian restaurant in Central Milton Keynes that serves a range of dishes inspired by Goa, Bengal, and Gujrat to name a few.
They serve the classic Indian dishes but also newer authentic flavours for those that are adventurous.
We started off with some delicious creamy mango lassi, a must in this hot weather!
For starters, we moved on to the 'Kyberi Jheenga' which was king prawns with a smoky tandoori flavour. Very succulent and beautifully spiced.
We also had some 'Ajwaini Machi' which are grilled pieces of cod spiced and cooked in a tandoor. Another winning starter.
For mains, we ordered the Jaipur special house thali.
A thali is a platter and was is used to serve different dishes together.
The special thali consisted of 5 different curries, fresh naan, rice, chicken tikka pieces and seekh kebab.
It was gorgeous. The curries were flavourful and the portions were very generous. I would highly highly recommend ordering the thali because you get to taste all the best dishes of the restaurant.
From the rich butter chicken to the spicy Kashmiri rogan josh, there is something that will tickle your tastebuds and there will also be something you haven't tried before.
For me, I have never tried pumpkin before, and I was pleasantly surprised when I tried the red pumpkin curry with the naan, something I will now think of ordering in the future.
We finished off our meal with some fresh gulab jamun and gajar ka halwa with vanilla ice cream.
The perfect end to the perfect meal.
If you are in Milton Keynes, I would highly highly recommend visiting Jaipur for an authentic well cooked Indian meal and excellent customer service.
Find out more about Jaipur here.
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