About Rooh SF
ROOH SF needs to be on your radar if you love Indian cuisine. In fact, it may be the hottest modern Indian restaurant in San Francisco today. Coupled with world-class chefs and attentive service, you will further enjoy the spirit (rooh) with its stellar bar menu and stylish décor.
Traditional Butter Chicken
If you are having trouble selecting an entrée but desire something spicy, try the traditional butter chicken ($28). After all, it’s one of the most requested dishes and with tandoor chicken, it’s pure epicurean heaven. Yet, despite being “traditional”, it’s an enticing twist on murgh makhana. This entrée generously comes with smoke red papper makhni gravy and butter powder. You can complete this entree with a side order of saffron rice or naan. Savory accompaniments are further available like black dairy dal ($12) or chickpea curry ($10)
Koliwada is a spicy fried fish delicacy originating from the Marharashtra region that bears its name. Instead of fish, chefs present a dazzling cauliflower dish with dashes of lemon sour cream and peanut thecha. In like manner, the peppery thecha originates in Marharashtra. Found in the Small Plates section, cauliflower koliwada ($16) is among the most popular items on the menu. On the other hand, the masala jackfruit tacos ($18) are also ordered frequently. That’s not to mention the beautifully delicious dahi puri ($14) with avocado, tamarind and yogurt mousse.
Not only does ROOH SF serve extraordinary progressive Indian cuisine it offers an outstanding beverage menu. For instance you can order finely crafted cocktails like Mumbai cooler ($16) and premium beer and wine. Among the wine selections you should consider are chardonnay and Stags Leap cabernet from Reynolds Family Winery. In addition are a wide selection of spirits, such as Bombay Sapphire gin ($11) Suntory vodka ($13) from Japan and 10-year-old Bacardi ($18). Don’t forget to browse the tequila/mezcal offerings, particularly the 100 percent blue agave selections from Penta Tequila. On balance are non-alcoholic beverages like still ($5) or sparkling water ($7), Coca-Cola ($5) and Sprite ($4). Likewise available are at this vibrant progressive Indian restaurant are crafted, alcohol-free drinks like Mombai Collins ($10),