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We at the Jaipur try to make each dish a distinctive refined preparation. Our food is a representation of the many and varied regional cuisines of India.
Jaipur looks forward to assiting its guests in every need through thousands of years of traditional indian cooking.
Please relax and enjoy our freshest preparations from our traditional Indian Kitchen.
Chicago, IL 60607
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00AM - 2:30PM
Lunch: Saturday & Sunday 12PM - 3PM
Dinner: Monday - Saturday:5:00PM - 10:00PM
Dinner: Sunday 5PM- 9PM
Lunch Special Everyday 18.99 per person, ALL YOU CAN EAT
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking directly in front of the restaurant is available, limited spaces, as well as a third party valet available on the corner of Green and Randolph
Morgan street green and pink line nearby 6 minute walk.
Private Party Facilities:
Please contact us for further details.
Private Party Contact:
Manager: (312) 526-3655
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Jaipur Ratings and Reviews
We has a 9:15pm reservation when we arrived we were seated and told right away the kitchen was closing so we had to hurry ordering. I don't get why would you give a reservation at that time if the kitchen is closing. We ordered just 1 appetizer and 1 plate to share just to try it out. I have been in several restaurants with Indian food, this is eatable but nothing remarkable. I would never recommend this place
The service was extremely poor, they ran out of wine and liquor, the food was mediocre and worst of all, for a party of seven people, they could not prepare separate checks with tip included for each. Meal totals and tip had to be processed separately. Their payment system is well behind the times.
The host was very nice and wanted to seat us in the back (which we would have preferred), but another server quickly seated us in the front of the venue. That was the only knock on Jaipur. The appetizers came out much faster than expected and were excellent. Our entrees were served hot and fresh. I wouldn't say authentic Indian fare, but close. Our waitress was very attentive.
This restaurant all delivers - we sat outside and had fantastic service with a waiter who was helpful, funny and engaging. The food, as I expected it to be, was fantastic. I was a bit surprised at the mint chutney being as spicy as it was but then again I like spicy so I am not complaining. Would recommend this as a clear front runner for Indian cuisine in the city.
The food was really good. The veggie samosa not so good - it was a brown mush inside, however the outside was fine. Would try the lamb samosa next time. We had the lamb masala and saag paneer. Both excellent as was the naan. I ate the leftovers and they were even better than the first time. It was very hot inside. The water was not filtered. Bad taste. Also all my clothes, even the shorts I wore under my dress, reeked horribly after. Please ventilate better!
This was my worst experience. We ordered Indian masala tea and it was so bad that we had to turn it back. There was no replacement no apology. Meal service was so so. I have to say good was standard ok. When we were paying we gave him the credit card. He came back and gave us the bill to sign. I checked everywhere I did not find the credit card. I asked him where is it. He said I gave you . I said no. He had kept the credit card in the back. Again no apology. I would never go to this restaurant .i have been there before and got good service but everything has gone bad.
Took a friend to dinner to catch up; usually go to Hema's Kitchen, but decided to return to Jaipur for something different. REALLY, really great meal! He had chicken masala, and I had lamb rogan josh. We also had the garlic cheese naan and an order of the keema naan (with lamb). Definitely not on the menu for health-conscious individuals, but worth the splurge if you run the next day! The sauces were incredible and rich. Naan was the best I've ever had in Chicago. It was a bit odd that we were not served rice with the meal, although I am certain we could have ordered it; in India, rice would have been automatically part of the deal. Server was excellent, friendly, and informative. Checked on us, but was not obtrusive. An Indian friend from Mumbai who travels to Chicago frequently told me that Jaipur has the best Indian food in Chicago, and I agree, based on time spent in India. Top shelf cuisine!
A return after four years was as delicious as we remembered. Only a few "issues" - background music unnecessarily loud... but was turned down twice on request. Also bill included 4 items never served... but were quickly removed when pointed out. and the waiter was very inaccurate about the sizes of certain dishes resulting in serious over ordering... which was costly and unhelpful. Will go again... but trust own judgement on how much to order!
Ours was a 16 people table.
We had reserved a week ago and even though we were late, they held the table for us.
We ordered lunch special which was brought to our table in a family style .
The food was delicious and very well priced.
Even first time indian food eaters enjoyed it a lot.
Jaipur has excellent Indian food. We tried the Chickn 97 that was a bit large for an appetizer and a tad salty for us. The Butter chicken, Samosas, Began Bharta and Okra were great.
The service was a bit slow but I think they were understaffed.
If you want authentic Indian cuisine, I think you cannot go wrong here.
Superb Indian Food! The service was a little spotty (disorganized) but the food was outstanding. We particularly enjoyed the chicken curry, very moist and tasty (impressive for white meat chicken). My wife also tried the rice pudding and thought it was delicious. Very reasonable prices as well - we will be returning for sure!
Excellent Indian food and drink. Service was very cooperative and attentive. You can actually talk to the person across from you, and it's not a line-around-the-corner yuppie hangout. It's an ethnic gem in a trendy neighborhood. Clean and tasteful furnishings, not overdone or like someone's kitchen. Great place.
I absolutely love this place. Anytime my boyfriend and I are in Chicago we make a point to eat here at least once! The food is amazing, handmade by experienced cooks. My boyfriend and I tried eating at the Chicago House of Curry, and it was not good when compared to Jaipur.
I would recommend this place to anyone in a heartbeat, even if they aren't looking for an Indian place to eat. It's just that amazing of a place that I want everyone to know about!
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