Fine Dine Restaurant

Sheesh Mahal - Mansingh Palace

Taj Ganj
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About Sheesh Mahal - Mansingh Palace

Mansingh Palace, Agra is a splendid property that's named after the Rajput Emperor Sawai Mansingh. Apart from the luxurious amenities and services, there is of course the regal dining experience with the exquisite multi-cuisine restaurant Sheesh Mahal that serves discerning gourmet food and overlooks the swimming pool.

Cuisines

Chinese, Continental, North Indian

Address

181/2, Fatehabad Road, Vibhav Nagar, Taj Ganj, Agra

Phone no.

+91 562 2331771, +91 562 4008441

Average cost

Cost for two - 1,400

Cost for two with alcohol - 1,700

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Sheesh Mahal - Mansingh Palace Timings

Closed Now

Monday

7 PM - 11 PM

Tuesday

7 PM - 11 PM

Wednesday

7 PM - 11 PM

Thursday

7 PM - 11 PM

Friday

7 PM - 11 PM

Saturday

7 PM - 11 PM

Sunday

7 PM - 11 PM

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Sheesh Mahal - Mansingh Palace Offerings

Dinner


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Seating

AC Indoor Seating

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Sheesh Mahal - Mansingh Palace Reviews

Average

Rated 3.0 by Vipul Khattar on Jun 30,2018

We were staying at the Hotel and decided to eat Dinner in this restaurant.. They had some great live ghazal music playing when we reached and I would have ended up giving full stars based on that only had i rated then The ambience was decent but coming to food in which we ordered 3 main course item - Lal Maas, Butter Paneer Masala and Dal Makhani.. They fell below expectations in each of the item and must say that the food was absolutely average and if one is going here just for the food it can better be avoided out here The Butter Paneer was quite sweet, The Mutton itself though tender lacked in the requisite spiciness and also the gravy should have been much thicker compared to its rather watery texture and the Dal Makhani was probably the best of the lot but devoid of the 'makhani' flavour rendering it rather bland and slightly saltless.. The roasted papads that they served as starter complementary was by far the best food item had there

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