Encompassing a Special Chef’s Tasting menu for dinner and an ala carte menu available for lunch and dinner, Rooh manages to satiate with carefully curated bites, which are a culinary piece of work on its own.
The food is rich in flavours and the quality of ingredients is top notch.
Chicken liquid gougeres, lamb floss donuts & scallop malai curry are one of the most stellar dishes on the Chef’s Special Menu & one of the most memorable dishes I have tasted in recent times, which surprise the palate with sudden pops of stupendous flavour!
I’d highly recommend the Yogurt Chaat which was a textural marvel of sweet & sour yogurt, strawberry & chilli chutney with crispy potato.
The Lamb Burrah was another memorable dish with succulent lamb chops marinated in burrah Masala & shallow fried to crispy perfection. The Milanese radish chutney on the side made it all come together in a beautiful symphony.
Desserts are equally brilliant with Ras Malai 2.0 being an absolute airy sweet delight.
Cocktails are certainly one of the highlights of Rooh, much cooling in the current heat scenario and extremely well-made potions with the right balance of taste and spirits.
Overall, I’d say Rooh is definitely among the top places in Delhi to bookmark and most certainly be visited for innovation and to experience creative cuisine.