Restaurant review: nostalgic Indian cuisine at Roobaru – News


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Posted: Thu 2 Dec 2021, 14:45

There is something about winter night dining on the town that puts you in a good mood before the food has even arrived on your table. Roobaru’s indoor space in downtown Dubai is charming with minimalist decor in subtle colors and gorgeous patterns (reminiscent of one of the Washi tapes), but it’s tempting to enjoy the outdoors, especially when your sight is the heart of the city, associated with the police horse patrols! We were sold on that, followed by the arrival of drinks – Purple Flight, a concoction of delicate sweet lavender flavors and a sour tinge from lemon olio saccharum, the latter literally means lemon oily sugar; and What a Melon, which is bursting with freshness thanks to watermelon and orange juice, with mint and basil leaves as a garnish.

From there, we set off to discover a mixture of flavors. Papdi Smack is your life-size version of Indian street food and is topped with a unique blend of pickled apricots, pomegranate and radish. Corn hummus, a creamy and velvety preparation, didn’t quite remind us of hummus, but worked well with khakra cilantro polenta ((a thin cracker, popular in Gujarati cuisine). You think you can handle it. the heat quotient of a dish until you taste (and savor) Amchi Thecha Wings – chicken wings coated with a mixture of garlic, chili and peanuts (courtesy of Maharashtrian cuisine) – you are bound to sweat, but hey, the dish would add excitement to your meal. We were happy to travel to other parts of India with our main courses of Konkan Prawn Curry, a light, satisfying and tangy preparation, which we have associated with a Truffle Kulcha.And for the sake of nostalgia, we tasted House Dal, the atypical dal makhani bearing the imprint of the popular Dal Bukahara. this one, in particular to consume it with Mango Chunda Kulcha.

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