Michelin-starred restaurant Chaat is set to take over the Holborn Dining Room at Rosewood London, as part of the hotel’s tenth anniversary celebrations. 

Rosewood London is marking its anniversary through a series of collaborations – one of which will be with Rosewood Hong Kong’s Indian restaurant, Chaat.

Rosewood London Dining Room
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The pop-up, which will run from 10 – 12 October, will see guests dining on vibrant street food and homemade Indian classics in a culinary offering led by Chef Gaurav Kuthari of Chaat. The menu will feature classics from the restaurant’s Hong Kong offering, such as the tandoori wagyu beef cheek with hung yoghurt, Kashmiri chilli and cinnamon; a Malabar fish curry; Old Delhi butter chicken; and Hyderabadi vegetable biryani, among others.

Chaat – a Hindi term meaning ‘to lick’ – sees Chefs Gaurav Kuthari and Dhiraj Kumar reimagine their favourite traditional street snacks from childhoods growing up in central India. Using authentic tandoor ovens, the restaurant’s colourful menu pays homage to the varied culinary lexicon of India’s central states and Bombay coast, the northern Punjab and Kerala in the south.

Rosewood Hong Kong Chaat Food