In 1998, Jaipur set out on a journey with an idea to innovate, experiment, push boundaries and challenge perceptions to create something that was game changing. The mission was to revolutionise and inform the gastronomic climate across Ireland. The group now consists of four restaurants, individual from each other in their own style, chefs and location – Jaipur Malahide and Dalkey, Chakra by Jaipur, Greystones and Ananda, Dundrum.
Jaipur offers exquisite Indian cuisines, enthusing the senses with subtle flavours and creative flair, allowing for an innovative dining experience. Key to this is the best local ingredients, understanding the origin of each dish and its layering of flavours on the palate.
Jaipur’s food philosophy is to innovate, experiment, push boundaries and challenge perceptions, creating something that is game changing or myth shattering. In an Indian context, a deep understanding of spices, the sequence in which they are added and each individual ingredient’s impact on others is paramount. Paying tribute to both the glorious Irish produce and the hoary traditions of Indian cuisine, the culinary team uses spices to show off its subtlety and the lingering pleasures it provides on the palate. The dishes are a harmonious blend of traditional fare and contemporary sophistication. Visually spectacular in every way, the food will evoke the true colours and vibrancy of its origins.
“Authentically Indian, yet truly Irish.”
Jaipur at Taste of Dublin
The first restaurant was named Jaipur, also known as the Pink City of India. Twenty years on, they are bringing a pink-themed menu to Taste of Dublin 2018 to commemorate women and Jaipur’s exciting journey in Ireland, infusing pink elements like Rhubarb Achaar, Pink Gin, Rose Petal and Himalayan Pink Cockscomb.
“Our inspiration for Taste of Dublin 2018 stems from the avant-garde women of India who have broken social norms and created history. We dedicate a selection of specially-curated dishes telling the story of women who pioneered, inspired and fought for their causes in India.”
|Dalkey:||Malahide:||Greystones:||Ananda – Dundrum:|
|21 Castle Street,||5 St. James’s Terrace,||Meridian Point Centre,||Sandyford Road,|
|Dalkey,||Malahide,||Greystones,||Dundrum Town Centre,|
|Tel: 01 285 0552||Tel: 01 845 5455||Tel: 01 2017222 Tel: 01 296 0099|
|Monday – Saturday||Monday – Sunday||Monday – Saturday||Monday – Sunday|
|Sunday Lunch||Closed on 25th Dec.||Sunday||Friday – Sunday|
|Ala Carte –||(Lunch) Sunday & Bank Holidays||12:30pm-2:45pm|
|10:30pm||1:00pm – 3:45pm|