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Baar Baar is a Vibrant Space for the Most Beautiful Indian in Town

The Chef Behind SF's Rooh Brings His Spin on Modern Indian to NoHo

By Ilana Dadras ·
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Photo: Oleg March

Today, we've got for you a vibrant and colorful place of contemporary Indian indulgence from Chef Sujan Sarkar, of San Francisco's Rooh. 

It's called Baar Baar, and it's open now in NoHo. 

A few ideas: You can come by with friends for a big family-style dinner of potato-bone marrow kulcha, kashmiri lamb ribs and seafood thali—those deep yellow curved velvet booths practically call out for such a thing. You could also come with a date, claim a couple seats at the bright bar under that larger-than-life mural, and shoot the breeze over a couple of New Delhi Sours (like a whiskey sour, just with rose hip syrup and spices). And that front lounge will no doubt be a choice place to drop by for other Indian-inspired cocktails and shareable kulcha and oysters, should you not be game for a full meal.

But hey, you have no idea what we're describing here, now do you. Let's head into the slideshow together, where the photos will do most, and then all of the talking.

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.

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