If there is one place in Jaipur every tourist goes to, its LMB. Its located in Johari Bazaar. You can shop your heart out in Johari Bazaar and drop in LMB for lunch. In fact when we entered the place around 1:00 pm, it was practically full with most of the tables occupied by foreigners.
Primarily famous for its Onion Kachoris, its also the place where you can have authentic rajasthani food. We tried the Kachori, Mirchi Pakora & the quintessential Dal Bati Churma. The place is definitely over priced. In total we paid around 700 bucks for this. But the Kachori & the Mirchi Pakora were worth it.
For Dal Bati, the dal was cooked nicely, lightly spiced with pieces of the Jodhpuri Mirch (the Indian jalapeno) floating in it. It wasn’t spicy at all for my Indian palate, but flavorsome, nonetheless. The bati however was disappointing to the roof, void of any taste, it seemed like cooked from before and reeking in ghee. Churma was basically the besan ladoo in the powdered form, traditionally served along with the dish to balance out the spices. All in all, a good one time experience, but definitely not something I would go back for.
Verdict - Good For One Time Experience.