Swarna Mahal – Restaurant
Go back to a time when lunch was called luncheon. Look up to usta art on old Burma teak-paneled roof. On the walls, a continuous frieze, in tempera, of scenes from hunts. Alongside, a hand-painted panel of stone, the figures as fresh as the day they were laid on. This is not the dining chamber of commoners.
Swarna Mahal serves up a dauntingly elaborate traditional Rajasthani thali and other regional cuisine with élan. Lal Maas, or mutton cooked in gulmohar flowers, is a huge draw. Our chef is partial to Thai, Indian and very many Continental staples. And if what you’re feeling like is not on our menu, have a chat with chef. Your request will likely not be beyond his vast culinary repertoire.
Open 7:30 AM to 11:30 PM
Between September and March, do make reservations in advance by calling Reception.