Café Enigma Review
This four-story family-run restaurant is a good choice for continental cuisine (think veggie burgers and Israeli salads) as well as Indian classics with spice levels suited to the Western palate. It's also a good place for breakfast—they usually stock a few pastries from the nearby bakery, and their paranthas (potato-stuffed flatbreads) are fresh and not too oily. They also serve "real" filter coffee. Sit up on the rooftop terrace for views of Pushkar and the surrounding desert.