The space is laid out across four distinctly designed, cozy, yet intimate spaces, inspired by travels across India.
The Hawa Mahal (The Palace of Wind or Breeze) was built on the inspiration from the ‘Hawa Mahal’ located in the heart of Jaipur, this section of the restaurant is an airy, bright and elegantly decorated room with the most number of windows. It is also an area that can also be reserved for smaller groups of twenty.
The Rang Mahal (The Palace of Colour) built on the inspiration from the ‘Rang Mahal’ located in the Agra fort, this section of the restaurant is a vibrancy of colors that represent the diversity of colors and cultures we have in India. Arc forms within section highlight the architecture within palaces of the ‘Golden Era’.
Showcasing the opulence and grandeur of the ‘Sheesh Mahal’ or “Palace of Mirrors” located in the Agra Fort, this section of ‘The Maharaja’ is beautifully decorated with a lattice of mirror work adorning the walls and a center Chandelier that forms the crowning piece of this area.
Elegantly lit, the bar with a hand crafted luminescent onyx at the heart of ‘The Maharaja’ has a generous selection of the finest range of single malts, blended scotch and premium beverages on offer, paired with a hand picked wine list tailored to compliment Indian food.
Window of Reflections
Artifacts from travels across India adorn the window of reflections, with each having a beautiful memory and amazing past.