Chef Sujan Sarkar's unique way of fusing traditional Indian cuisine with modern flavors is on full display at ROOH's Sunday brunch. Choose from masala omelettes, naans of varying styles, and even a pistachio carrot cake for dessert. If you're here for dinner, the tuna bhel, a play off bhelpuri, a traditional Indian chaat is not to be missed. Sarkar's version is a tossed salad of puffed black rice, avocado, tamarind gel, baby radishes and togarashi.
333 Brannan St
|Cross street:||at 2nd St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 11am–2pm, 4–10pm; Fri 11am–2pm, 4–11pm; Sat 11am–2:30pm, 5:30–11pm|
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