Rose of Bengal welcomes you on a journey through a wide range of exotic flavours and subtle tastes that represent the rich heritage of India. Enjoy the elegance of fine dining as we delicately prepare each dish that boasts it’s own distinctive flavour and aroma. Only fresh ingredients are used to tempt your appetite.
The fragrant and pungent spices of india are blended fresh daily in an exacting, centuries old craft, indespensible to Indian cuisine. The surrounding graceful decor allows you to experience the heart of India’s cuisine.
Consider our home as yours as you receive our unique hospitality and a satisfying and pleasant meal.
We trust you will enjoy our service and return with family and friends to share this experience.
Kirti Rawat is acknowledged as one of the finest Indian chefs working in the UK today. His exquisite cooking has received tributes from many national and international food critics.
Gaining his early experience in 4-star and 5-star restaurants in Mumbai and Aurangabad in Northern India, Kirti moved to the renowned Omar Khayam restaurant in Singapore in 1983 where he perfected his skills in the Tandoori and Moghlai cooking styles.
A return to India in 1986 to work at the 5-star Hotel Centaur in Mumbai was followed by a spell in Kenya before again returning to India where his reputation grew further.
The extent of that reputation was confirmed in 1998 when Kirti was asked to act as the Personal Chef to the President of India, Krishna Narayan, on a tour of Germany.
Arriving in England in 1999 Kirti soon gained an excellent name for himself and has been instrumental in raising the standards every- where he has worked. Kirti will be delighted to welcome you to Rose of Bengal and looks forward to cooking for you.
Head Chef Kirti Rawat presents his creative, yet uncompromisingly indigenous menu, which is a result of meticulous work done by him in his 30 year long career as a chef.