Roseate House features an impressive list of food and drink options. Named after Delhi's airport code, DEL is a world cuisine bistro that features live cooking counters that plate up Continental and Asian delicacies. For those who seek a bit of spice, Kheer is a fine dining restaurant, designed by Noriyoshi Muramatsu, which serves Indian cuisine and street food. The restaurant has a wine cellar, whiskey shelf, beer-island, and a mixology bar, to cater to a vast range of beverage requests. Roseate House even has an in-house patisserie and boulangerie called Roasted, famous for its delicious coffee, and wide range of teas and snacks.
If it's not food you're after but rather a comfy bar to grab a few drinks at, Chidyaghar is an old school timber and brass themed bar room known for its nostalgic vibes and classic cocktails. Also, the best bar nibbles this side of the Suez canal- the 'nakli chicken 65' (made from soya chaap), 'wild mushroom galouti', 'bataq ke kebab' and 'south indian sushi' are melt in your mouth delicious. If you have to eat one meal at Roseate House, make sure to pair drinks and snacks at Chidyaghar with Kheer to enjoy a dining experience you will never forget. Given that Roseate House sits next to the airport and caters to weary frequent fliers, the award winning Aheli Spa is the perfect cure for sore necks and aching backs. Located on the top floor of the hotel, the tastefully done up spa sits between two water bodies and presents visitors with an expansive menu that includes salon services, refreshing facials, Indian-inspired Ayurvedic massage therapies, body wraps and scrubs, yoga therapy, and reflexology. I would highly recommend that you consult the spa manager who might even tailor make a ritual to suit your needs. They also offer aqua aerobics and aqua yoga sessions as well as guided meditation and a personal training session, too, can be booked upon request.