Jaipur Cuisine of India
10916 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90064-2112Neighborhood:
West Los Angeles
IndianPrice: $30 and under
Jaipur Cuisine of India
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.jaipurcuisineofindia.com/
- Phone: 3104704994
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00AM - 2:30PM Saturday & Sunday: 11:30AM - 3:00PM
Dinner: Daily: 5:00PM - 10:30PM
- Payment Options: AMEX,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Indian
- Executive Chef: Beli Ram Saini
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Beer, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
A word from Jaipur Cuisine of India
Jaipur is a restaurant whose food, service and space is loyal to the flavours of India, but is inviting and satisfying to our California tastes. This what I've tried to do at Jaipur. Our food is flavourful and carefully seasoned appealing to the California taste. Our menu has choices to tempt everyone, and I believe we have something to suit all palettes. Our service is traditional, but in a relaxed style; and our atmosphere is warm and friendly. We want our customers to enjoy our food, and also get a sense of the essence of India when they dine with us at Jaipur.Continued
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Jaipur Cuisine of India reviews from OpenTable diners
- Indian Surprise!JasperDined on 10/3/2013I drive by this place twice a day on my way to and from work and never considered going. I had a friend in town and we wanted Indian so I looked it up and saw it was well rated. The place is clean but nothing special visually, but the food is outstanding. We ordered the chicken tikka masala and their version of palak paneer and both were fantastic. The chicken was fork tender, juicy and the sauce was beautifully balanced with a hint of heat. The spinach paneer dish was creamy with a kick! Deeeelish! We were very pleasantly surprised and will definitely go back.Special Features:
- Solid place for typical indian mealPB5760VIPDined on 9/12/2013Nothing that special but not terrible my any means. Just a good, typical indian restaurant if you're craving some of the main-stream Punjabi dishes like Paneer Makhani, Aloo Gobi etc.
- Consistency in very good foodderfVIPDined on 7/6/2013Consistency in very good food is the draw. We've been there or taken out food on at least 20 occasions and it is always goodSpecial Features:
- Consistently Good Indian FoodDrEstrellaVIPDined on 5/12/2013Ok...so this is a neighborhood place. It is kind of a whole in the wall but the food is very good. We go there once every two weeks or so, usually for the brunch. It is consistently good. My only gripe with the place is that they have ONE waiter that is a little surly. The rest are helpful and very friendly. Give it a try if you are on Pico and Westwood! You'll like it!Special Features:
- A great neighborhood restaurantOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 5/4/2013A great neighborhood restaurant with good food and service.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent Food - Modest SettingElmerDined on 4/30/2013Food was terrific, fresh, well prepared and presented quite nicely. Portions were a tad smaller than typical but sufficient. Service was adequate, but nothing spectacular. A very nice neighborhood place if you crave good Indian food in an unpretentious, affordable and easily accessible place.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Food is consistent and veryderfVIPDined on 4/6/2013Food is consistent and very good. Service depends on their busyness --when they are not too busy you'll be back on the street in 25 minutes, but occasionally it will be slow.
- Great before or after the moviesJakeVIPDined on 2/1/2013Perhaps best Indian on the Westside. Be sure to book in advance since it gets crowded due to the nearby movie theaters. Most impressive are the reasonable prices and that everything is prepared fresh, even the poppadoms. I also had an excellent bottle of Syrah for $32.
- The food is awesome. TheFoodVIPDined on 11/11/2012The food is awesome. The owner is great. This is our neighborhood gem and we love going there!Special Features:
- Food is consistently good ServicederfVIPDined on 9/29/2012Food is consistently good Service is consistently fairSpecial Features:
- A pretty and savory Indian RestauraCarolinesCatsDined on 6/8/2012W have been to Jaipur many times. It is closwe to the Landmark Theater so we go there before a Movie. If one goes early the service is great. If you go when the crowd hits you have to wait for your dinerSpecial Features:
- Among the flavorful IndianBouncingCzechDined on 4/26/2012Among the flavorful Indian specialties the tandoor meats were particularly memorableSpecial Features:
- Every dish tastes similar.ToddchowVIPDined on 4/16/2012Every dish tastes similar. Still searching for that great LA Indian restaurant. This one ain't.
- The food is consistently veryderfVIPDined on 3/24/2012The food is consistently very good. The service is inconsistent and occasionally poor, usually impersonal but acceptable. We order to go more frequently than we dine in the restaurant.
- Great location if you areLuv2dineVIPDined on 12/25/2011Great location if you are going to a movie at the Landmark......Chicken Tandori was excellent as was the Vegetarian Thali and Chcken Masala.
- I have been to the restaurantderfVIPDined on 12/3/2011I have been to the restaurant at least 6 times this year and the last time I was there came close to being the last time I'll go. The service was very poor and not up to their usual ability. The food is consistently good, but the service is erratic at best. The noise level is high the ambiance is not very appealing and it is crowded with tables very close. Nevertheless, it is worth going for the food but if you're unlucky you will not enjoy the service.
- This is our go-to place forSteveDined on 11/25/2011This is our go-to place for Indian food on the westside. It's delicious, well-priced, and is consistently great every time we go.Special Features:
- My favorite Indian spot. RecommendOpenTable Diner Since 2004Dined on 10/27/2011My favorite Indian spot. Recommend the cheese naan and sag paneerSpecial Features:
- Consistently good Indian food.derfVIPDined on 10/8/2011Consistently good Indian food. The waiters are helpful to those unfamiliar with the cuisine. It is small and crowded but this does not detract from enjoying the food.Special Features:
- Best Indian restaurant I'vejtjonesphdDined on 8/26/2011Best Indian restaurant I've found on the Westside. Consistently good, solid Indian food. Something for everyone.Special Features:
- Great indian food. PortionsOpenTable Diner Since 2004Dined on 8/22/2011Great indian food. Portions smaller perfect place for sharing multiple dishes.lunch buffet is amazing!Special Features:
- I was looking for a good IndianOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 8/4/2011I was looking for a good Indian restaurant to go on a date and every place was pretty dumpy except for Jaipur. It was super cute inside with white table clothes. Definitely the nicest Indian restaurant I've been in LA. Food was very good. Not quite as good as Gate of India or Akbar, but still very good. So if you're looking for a nice Indian restaurant to go on the Westside, I recommend this highly.Special Features:
- The food at Jaipur is excellent,OpenTable Diner Since 2004VIPDined on 3/27/2011The food at Jaipur is excellent, fairly priced Indian food. We like it enough to have gone 3 times in the past couple of months (it is convenient for dining before or after seeing a movie at The Landmark at the Westside Pavilion. We continue to go despite the fact that the service is slow and occasionally not real friendly. When the restaurant gets busy, the tiny waitstaff seems overwhelmed.
- Good neighborhood resstaurantCarolinesCatsDined on 3/18/2011Good Indian food in a casual but nice atmosphere. It is pink as in Jaipur. The food is suited to American tastes It is close to the Landmark theater which is a plus
- We've been to many IndianloisDined on 12/27/2010We've been to many Indian restaurants, and this is one of the best. The menu is varied, and all the dishes we had (4 of us) were beautifully prepared. It's a perfect place to go after a movie at the Westside Pavilion (almost next door). Some of the food is quite spicy, which was fine for us, but if you prefer something milder, tell the waiter, and the chef will make the dish less spicy.Special Features:
- I have been going to JaipurOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 12/19/2010I have been going to Jaipur for a few years now. It is by far the best Indian restaurant I have been to in Los Angeles, and even better than most I have eaten at in London. The highlights are the staples Chicken Tikka Masala and Lamb Korma, but do not go without trying the Mint Chicken or the Mutton Soyhita (sp.).Special Features:
- Not many Indian RestaurantsOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 10/23/2010Not many Indian Restaurants in the area. Food was decent to really good and the service was really good. The only problem was the wine list. There were very few sub par wines. It would be close to the top if there were more wine choicesSpecial Features:
- I depend on Jaipur to serveOpenTable Diner Since 2010VIPDined on 10/14/2010I depend on Jaipur to serve tasty Indian cuisine......quickly, professionally and usually with a smile. This is a great spot before or after a movie at the Westside Pavilion, though at this time, it's often crowded and you may have to wait for a table. Their lunch buffet never disappoints. The food is consistently good.Special Features:
- This is truly a neighborhoodFoodVIPDined on 8/14/2010This is truly a neighborhood gem. Great food, sweet environment and amazing service! We try to eat there often as the food is always first rate and we really like being able to walk to and make sure we keep our neighborhood gem.Special Features:
- We ordered two meat dishes.OpenTable Diner Since 2006VIPDined on 7/29/2010We ordered two meat dishes. We told the waiter we like dishes with tender chunks of meat. he recommended the chicken masala and the tandoori fish. the fish was much more expensive but fabulous. the Masala chicken was tough and dry. we ended up bringing it home as leftover but tossed it the next day. the vegetable was good, as usual. But the nan was literally like burnt toast. It seems like it's been sitting there forever by the oven. It really should have been tossed instead of being served to the next guests.