3.84km from Raffles UniversityWe were travelling from Delhi to Jaipur and wanted somewhere to stop for lunch. This is on Audley's recommended list. It is an interesting place to find and fortunately our driver knew exactly where it was. It is off the 'highway' and at the top of the hill through the village It is an impressive Palace and com***ds magnificent views over the countryside. Our entrance fee of 1700 Rupees each included lunch and you have to pay at the entrance gate - it seemed you cannot pay to visit the fort only which is also a hotel. The Fort-Place extends a long way up the hill side so if you are staying here it will help your exercise program. There are no signs for the restaurant and we eventually found someone to ask as not all the staff speak English. It was our first realisation that we were moving away from the usual European tourist routes. The restaurant is a steep climb towards the pool and is almost hidden behind a simple wooded door. The sign said open but the door was closed. Lunch is served between 12:30 and 14:30. The room is large and the decoration simple, very clean and well organised. The tables are a good size, well spaced with very good natural light. We were the first to arrive but in no time the restaurant was busy with either couples or small groups - mainly foreign tourists. Lunch is buffet style and all Indian cuisine. It is very good - three courses and 'eat as much as you can' style. The price does not include drinks and the helpful servers are friendly and have a sufficient com***d of English. I recommend stopping here if your driver can find it. It was a very good break and lunch on a long drive to Jaipur.