Come to Kheer if you like non-fuss food, simple, basic and yet mouth-watering Indian food without any gas/foam or modern presentation. And yes – it definitely offers some of the finest Indian desserts!
Kheer at roseate House is certainly one of the best looking restaurant in the country and it’s going to open for public on 7th October. This is 200 seater with lounge, bar sitting and the most luxurious dining place for Indian cuisine. One more important thing about Kheer is that whenever someone will make a list of most romantic restaurant in Delhi, Kheer can’t be missed.
Kheer which is inspired by Zuma is designed by Noriyoshi Muramatsu, renowned designer of Studio Glitt. This luxury fine dine that will open for public from 7th of October is all set to serve Indian cuisine without any fuss backed by superlative service. This is going to give you an experience of a lifetime. It has a live kitchen with three tandoors, a chaat bar, a mixology bar with malt shelf, wine cellar and a lounge.
Now comes to food we started with beetroot and peas ki tikki with pine nuts and Machalee (raw tuna )with chopped onions, tomatoes, gari ginger and mustard oil. Squeeze a couple of drops of lemon on tuna and it will give you a flavor of real chaat. Charcoaled murg malai tikka was cooked perfectly but it wasn’t looking appetizing to me, though it was perfect in taste. Kasundi fish tikka and barrah kebabs were the highlights of the starters. Nadru palak( Kashmiri specialty with lotus stem) and Murgh kolhapuri ( a Maharashtrian delicacy) – Must try.
The peeli daal with Kashmiri pulao was the perfect combination which was followed by another dal Kuni ( smokey ) and that was brilliant. Try their in-house special bread Bakarkhani, Taftan, the Awadhi Sheermal or pizza roti – You will love it!
Even after you stuff yourself, you will not feel uneasy as the food is not heavy. It’s simple, no fuss, delicious indian food. And not to miss their specialty dessert- three types of kheer – gil – e – firdaus, javvarisi paysam, ras kheer.
Disclaimer – This review was done on an invitation from the establishment. Views expressed in the review is entirely ours and without any bias. Pictures of the dishes are not the standard portions, they are sample portions.