Wanderlust Wednesday: Bar Palladio in Jaipur
This beauty has been mentioned briefly before but, proper attention must be paid. I just keep going back to peruse more details in each image.
I want to be transported to Jaipur. This is possibly the most dreamy spot upon which my eyes have ever gazed. I need India soon!
Who wants to go?
Read all about Bar Palladio….
Why do we delight in fantasy? Simple, fantasy allows us to depart our reality and slip into our imagination. The world of Bar Palladio Jaipur is that very world: a candle-lit wonderland, a floating world. As the sun dips below the horizon a series of small tented pavilions appear and doors open onto scenes from a dream. Every night this dream deepens, colored by the aroma of food and the spirit of conversation. To enter this enchantment is to let slip the reins of reality, drawn into a world of the fantastic, a world of beauty and delight.
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well“
Bar Palladio Jaipur was born with a simple intent: present classic Italian cuisine in a beautiful setting, to create an atmosphere of magic, a sense of surprise. Inspired by the iconic Caffé Florian and Harry’s Bar in Venice and christened after the Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, Bar Palladio Jaipur is an ode to Italian style and cuisine, viewed through the prism of a Mughal dreamworld.
Italian owner Barbara Miolini dreamed of a place where people from across the globe could share their stories, find inspiration, and unwind, letting their cares melt away. Designed by Dutch designer Marie-Anne Oudejans, Bar Palladio Jaipur is located within a daringly restored garden belvedere in the historic Narain Niwas Palace Hotel. With wandering peacocks, mature mango trees, and garden of tented canopies Bar Palladio Jaipur is an orientalist fantasy, a new vision for European dining in India.
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