Rosang makes an entry at Green Park Extension

New Delhi, 13th January 2014: Rosang, the restaurant for authentic and traditional North-East food announces the inauguration of its newest outlet at Green Park Extension of South Delhi. Food lovers can enjoy authentic traditional cuisines from all the eight NE States viz., Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura served all seven days in a week.

Some of the unique dishes available at Rosang are Ngatok- Fish Stew with Indigenous Spices and Aromatic Herbs (Arunachal Pradesh), Maroi Bora- Manipuri Style Herbs Fritters (Manipur), Bilahi Masor Tenga- Special Fish Curry with Tangy Tomato (Assam), Arsa Chhum- Chicken infused in North-East Herbs and Lemon Leaf (Mizoram), Jadoh- Combination of Wild Red Rice and Sesame with pork (Meghalaya), Akshi Aser Nuoshi -Pork with Dry Yam Stem without Oil (Nagaland), Tokhan- Chicken Curry with  North-East Herbs and Sour Tomatoes (Tripura), Alloo Taama- Potato and Bamboo Shoot Curry (Sikkim) among others.

In an endeavour to portray the cultural diversity of the region, ambience of Rosang has been beautifully decorated with eye-catching interiors coupled with photographs taken at North Eastern region.

Address:  S-20, Ground Floor, Green Park Extension, Near Uphaar Cinema, New Delhi-110016,

Contact Number: 011-65544411/8447963810

About Rosang: Rosang means God’s Gift.  The restaurant is promoting the food and culture of the North-Eastern region by bringing together all the traditional cuisines of the seven sisters and one brother under one table. Rosang tries to revive the taste of authentic traditional food and beverage from the region which are almost elapsed; and proudly introducing it to the food lovers. Rosang also thrives to dedicate its resources and capabilities in food-research and makes an endeavour to offer various North-Eastern dishes with authentic herbs and vegetables. Rosang today enjoys the status of being the first and only restaurant serving food from all the Eight North-Eastern States in Delhi.

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