Amanbagh is a contemporary sanctuary paying homage to India’s golden age and the historical landscape of Rajasthan

Dining Experiences at Amanbagh

Restaurants are open to guests and non-residents

The regal, high-ceilinged Restaurant, looking out over the tree-shaded pool, serves seasonal menus that are centred on the harvest from the resort’s 8,000-square-metre organic gardens. Traditional Rajasthani dishes mix with the chefs favourites from across India, all of which can be tailored to suit individual tastes, to a backdrop of local musicians performing Indian folk and popular songs


Make your way through tall elephant grass and bamboo mashaals to Jhilmil Bada a, a private dining site

Built on the very location where royal cooks once created feasts from the hunt, the outdoor platform is surrounded by lanterns to recreate the ceremonial atmosphere and princely dining experience


The stunning surrounds of Amanbagh offer innumerable picnic spots with panoramic views

The resort’s chhatri next to Ajabgarh dam offers splendid isolation. Alternatively, try the mud-walled guwaadi near the organic garden or farther afield - in Bhangarh, perhaps, or the splendid wilderness of Sariska National Park


Locally-sourced, organic ingredients are integral to Amanbagh’s cuisine

Three-quarters of the produce used in dishes such as the Rajasthani thali are grown in the on-site organic garden, and all poultry and lamb is custom-reared in a free-range setting

Special Requests

No request is too great and no detail too small. We are also here to assist you before your trip begins