Virasat Heritage Restaurant

Sahkar Marg, Near 22 Godam Circle, Jaipur


2744482, 9587777818

Virasat, as the name inspires a legacy, works towards preserving it for the generations to come and be aware about its enriching history. One of the pioneers in treasuring the heritage of a diverse state like Rajasthan, Virasat proudly dedicates itself into the world of culture, tradition and cuisine. Situated in the heart of the city it combines the charms of the past with modern comfort highlighting the royal lifestyle from the cultural labyrinth of the Rajasthani and Indian country life. Virasat also translates and compliments a flawless and beautiful coalition of cultures that goes back a few hundred years ago and preserves it in the most stunning manner. From restoring the mannerisms of life, food, ambience, dining style, art and craft to recreating the architectural wonders incurring inspirations from the dilapidated relics of monuments and manors Virasat seeks fulfilling in serving the age-old tradition in its most authentic form.

‘Redefining heritage’ is how Virasat sums it up in this food haven. As a result of an extensive research of years which helped the brand register its presence in Limca Book of records twice, it is an immaculate, picturesque, palatial heritage restaurant that spans wide in its hospitality services giving you an experience of a lifetime. In an ode to praising the period work, Virasat ascribes dining to the royal, cultural and extravagant luxury styles. Each floor transports to the golden era of Indian History where every detail, each nook and corner speaks volumes about the grandeur and luxury the rulers of this part of the country lived with. The looming chandeliers, time-travel antiques, quaint artefacts wrapped in a stunning three-storey structure with lights and intricate décor in all historically accurate shades that make repeated appearances weave a royal memoir, which is a must to be experienced just like a period film.

The different concept restaurants named after Rajasthani jargons seem airy and ostentatious with thoughtful design detail that travels from walls to cutlery. Each restaurant features unique elements of everyday country life besides housing an art gallery that runs from corner to corner. The performance space is a stage to renowned folk dancers and singers that are instrumental in making your time tasteful in every possible way. The place makes the insanely opulent life an accessible dream turning into a perfect base for the modern traveller who wants the complete royal experience, but in comfort and style. With all the antique touches, Virasat pays homage to a glorious past for in this part of Jaipur the old realism still thrives.

For it supreme luxury and coveted dining experience Virasat has always been the favourite dining place among the dignitaries coming to Jaipur. Be it actors or entrepreneurs, musicians or corporates, Virasat’s loyal clientele boasts of people from every field.

Live Music

Ancient rulers were deeply influenced by the spiritual power of music. Reprising the traditional dining experience, the food is served in true Rajputana style coupled with live musical renditions by celebrated artists.

 Folk Dance

Witness the renowned folk dancers bring the royal dining assembly to life as they sway to Rajasthani folk numbers. You can join them for a memorable evening.

 Traditional Welcome

Reprising the traditional welcome rituals Virasat welcomes its esteemed guests with the auspicious vermilion over their forehead and a warm gesture of garlanding.

feet Wash

Decades old custom of the Rajputanas, washing the guests’ feet was not just considered pious but a respectful gesture which eases the guests off the travel fatigue. Virasat brings to life the old tradition.


To capture the extraordinary experience at the restaurant you are offered pro photography that will help you etch the moments in your travel diaries forever. You can strike poses in the palatial setting and boast them on your social media.

Turban Tying

Wearing turban in Rajasthan signifies pride and stature. Rajasthan has a variety of turban tying styles hailing from different princely states. Extending the same regard, Virasat offers a special turban tying ceremony to the guests before they head for dinner.


Launched on May 10th 2006 at one of the most famous high street locations of Jaipur i.e. M.I Road Virasat started with an aspiration and challenge of preserving and educating people about the significance of Rajasthani culture and heritage. Weaving every intricacy of the old Rajputana, Virasat put together a destination that lives up to its name that is synonymous with heritage and quaint ambience, food, hospitality and warmth for others to match up to. An unprecedented representation of Heritage, Culture and Tradition make Virasat the most sought after place of Pink City Jaipur. Every creation at Virasat has been achieved with intense research of the history of the princely states of Rajasthan during state times. The depiction of art and architecture represent the historical grandeur and luxury of Rajputanas. One sees a unique blend of Mughal and Rajputi lifestyles, arts and architecture here. The cultural details, behavioural mannerisms and reflections of local languages and dialects can also be observed.

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