Head to ROOH in Mehrauli to try out the winter special menu

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With the cold weather slowly descending upon the city, ROOH, an international Indian restaurant and cocktail bar has launched a special winter menu with a selection of dishes that provide much-needed warmth and comfort to the soul.

Cashew Phirni Cake Mousse

Curated by Chef Sujan Sarkar, ROOH’s new menu celebrates seasonal produce and authentic and traditional winter delicacies presented in the quintessential international ROOH way.  Delectable dishes such as Sarson da saag with polenta bread and Nolen cream, Tomato & Burrata with Heirloom tomato and Persimmon Khatta, and Lambo mole with Chocolate Nihari are some of the must-try at ROOH this winter. End the meal on a sweet note with Chef’s special Cashew Phirni Cake Mousse. 

Fermented Chai

Tomato & Burrata

Along with tantalizing winter warmer dishes, ROOH has also introduced a range of house fermented beverages to derive maximum flavours from ingredients available in the season. Techniques such as fermentation, pickling and dehydration have been used to minimize the usage of synthetic flavours, sugar and preservatives.  The signature range includes Fermented Chai, Fermented Spiced Apple, Fermented Milk Whey and many more.

Warmth, not only in the ambience and beverages, but a cosy, acquainted and comforting culinary experience is the essence of the winter menu at ROOH New Delhi.

 

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