The Oberoi Amarvilas Restaurants in Agra | Bellevue, Esphahan, The Bar, The Lounge
Oberoi Hotels and Resorts


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(Maximum 2 adults per room)


Guests looking for a luxury dining restaurant in Agra can choose from our two restaurants and their distinctly different flavours.

Bellevue is brightly lit, open all day, and serves Indian and continental cuisine. Across the hallway, our Indian speciality restaurant, Esphahan, offers candlelit dinners accompanied by live traditional music. Our poolside terraces afford starlit private dining. In the lounge, guests can enjoy tea or coffee, while in the bar, guests may sip on a champagne cocktail, martini or signature iced tea while admiring the Taj Mahal.

Those wishing for ultimate privacy can opt for a candlelit dining experience, served by their personal butler, on their private room or suite balcony.



Our bright, airy Bellevue restaurant is uniquely decorated with dazzling bevelled glass panels that divide intimate tables and long sofa seating. During the day, wall to wall windows afford views of the picturesque garden and terraces. Guests may savour pan Indian and continental cuisine in the fresh ambience.


Esphahan is a demure restaurant with intimately arranged candlelit tables. Secreted behind carved wooden door panels and adorned with dramatic sandstone and marble stacked pillars, guests can enjoy live traditional music while savouring marinated kebabs and soft Indian flat bread.

The Bar

Behind the bar, a huge oil canvas depicts the layout of the Taj Mahal as seen from above. Looking out of the huge windows and guests can see the Taj Mahal itself. Relax on the oversized silk sofa or sit on a stool at the bar and take in the view, while sipping on an aperitif, single malt, champagne cocktail or a signature iced tea.

The Lounge

Our lounge sparkles under the crystal chandelier which hangs from the central golden domed ceiling, while antique figurines stand majestically on gold fretwork shelves set into mirrors. Guests may take a seat inside with a tea or coffee, or step out of the glass doors onto the terrace for an even better view of the Taj Mahal.