Roseate House New Delhi introduces new restaurant - DEL

Roseate House New Delhi introduces new restaurant - DEL

November 8, 2016: The newly opened hotel, Roseate House New Delhi, has announced the launch of DEL, a world cuisine bistro offering Delhi gourmands a unique dining experience with change of menus at every meal time. Inspired by the Delhi aero code, DEL offers the best of European, Oriental and Indian cuisine.

DEL at Roseate Hotel New Delhi
DEL reflects a grand sense of space offering an opulent view of the alfresco with water bodies and lush greens. The 130 plus cover bistro exudes modern elegance with a posh private dining room. The private dining room opens to a sky lounge, ideal to host corporate and social gatherings while the landscaped alfresco area makes open air dining a treat under natural light. Hues of brown and grey coupled with chic, modern furnishings make way for a warm and inviting ambience at DEL.
Diners can enjoy an interactive experience through DEL’s live oriental and European kitchens. The bistro also houses a swanky bar, a sushi Island, salad stations, a cold spread counter and dessert buffet stations. 

Canadian Scallop at Roseate Hotel New Delhi
DEL’s curated menu includes a range of signature and gourmet delights delicately prepared inside the culinary stations of the bistro. Each meal bears the aero code of the region the dish belongs to. Must try signature fusion creations include the ‘DEL Compressed Salad’ from Barcelona, aero code BCN, the ‘Confit Duck Leg’, from Orly Paris, aero code ORY and ‘Quinoa Biryani’ from Delhi, aero code DEL. Other signature surprises include ‘Gosht Aur Gucchi Pulao’ from Bangalore - BLR a fare consisting of slow cooked lamb shanks from New Zealand served with Kashmiri gucchi pulao, ‘Ying Yang’ from Tokushima, Japan with aero code TKS that includes delicious paprika prawns, asparagus shavings, summer squash purée, gomadare dressing and Kombu chips and ‘Black Linguine Vongole’ from Rome, Italy aero code ROM that offers homemade linguine served with shrimps, squid rings, mussels and gremolata.


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