Bengali Lunch with Pranay Baidya at ROOH

This past Sunday I was invited by designer Pranay Baidya over for a special lunch to celebrate the Bengali New Year at the newly opened ROOH in Mehrauli. The authentic Bengali menu had been curated by Pranay himself and executed by Chef Priyam Chatterjee of ROOH. It was a beautiful Sunday with so many beautiful people around, refreshing summer cocktails and brilliant food. I’ll admit I had never actually eaten Bengali food before and I was a bit curious to see what comes my way – turns out I frikkin love it! They had some beautiful complex dishes as well as seemingly simple ones like the ‘Khichri’ made in desi ghee – it was sent from the heavens itself. Sharing a pic of the menu as well so that you get an idea of the fabulous Sunday lunch we had. Hope you enjoy the pics from that day!

I wore a stunning chanderi silk kurta and earrings both creations by Pranay himself. The kurta was actually a menswear kurta but I just cannot get enough of his menswear kurtas to be honest. And I do enjoy kurtas simply because they are so comfy and chic. Sharing the direct link to shop the kurta I wore at the end of the blog post.

A kale & cucumber, gin based cocktail

Magandeep Singh, ROOH’s Wine Director & Aman.

Shiny happy people, from L to R, Varun, Daniel & Srimoyi

A pomegranate & tequila based cocktail

With Pranay <3 Also, he has flawless skin. I'm gonna have to ask him how he manages that!

That’s the menu for the lunch we had.

Passionfruit phutchka

Scallop in malai (cream) curry.

Khichuri with puffed, crunchy black rice on top. SO GOOD!

Besan barfi with valrhona chocolate

{ Outfit Details }
Kurta + Earrings: Pranay Baidya
Churidar Pants: Ajio
Photographs of me courtesy Aman Godara

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  • Reply April 19, 2019


    Waoo..! Just mind blowing post. after that i am really excited to try Bengali dishes at ROOH.thank you Anksharedhu for sharing such a wonderful experience with us.

    • Reply April 20, 2019


      Glad you liked reading the post!

      • May 16, 2019


        I don’t have idea about Bengali Dishes but looks like you enjoyed there.

        Good to know that Bengali people also eat Khichri and Desi ghee.

        Awesome pics😊

      • May 29, 2019


        I know right! The khichri was superb!

  • Reply April 20, 2019

    Hannah william

    I love bengali dishes. Thanks for sharing awesome experience. I would really like to try this also.

  • Reply April 22, 2019

    Esther Loke

    Wow, the food looks so tastyyyy! I want to try all of these dishes!!!

  • Reply April 23, 2019

    Ruby Grewal

    Anksha Redhu you have the perfect Elegance a Women Desires!! Wondeful Blog with amazing Pictuters and i would love to see your Future Work. Keep it Up Girl you are going Superb!!!

    • Reply April 25, 2019


      Thank you!

  • Reply May 2, 2019

    Gaurav Gogoi

    Will definitely try this place out. Thanks for the recommendation.

    • Reply May 3, 2019


      Let me know how you like it!!

  • Reply May 24, 2019


    Should try it out when i visit. Thanks for sharing

    • Reply May 29, 2019


      You’re welcome!

  • Reply July 2, 2019


    look delicious

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