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Farzi Cafe

Modern Indian

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Level 1, Block E, 38/39, Inner circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi
786 100 4444
For two : Rs 1500

This price is indicative & exclusive of taxes


27 /30
Farzi Cafe Reviewed by Eazydiner Critic


A free cocktail or mocktail per person
Vir's Verdict

This is Zorawar Kalra’s second Farzi Café (Mumbai and Bangalore are next on the list) after the success of the Cyber Hub original. Truth be told, it is even better than the first one. Some of this has to do with the location. Cyber Hub is a newly created restaurant district while Connaught Place is the original heart of Delhi and is now undergoing a major renaissance. Kalra has allowed guests to open their windows and look out to get their fill of the view. And the space is supremely atmospheric. The food retains many of the original Farzi favourites and the central theme of making Indian food fun has been retained. But this is a more mature menu, free of some of the gimmicks that seemed fresh in the original Farzi but now seem a bit dated and tired. Even so, the food is outstanding, easily the best to be found in the Connaught Place area.

Insider Tips on Farzi Cafe

  • A lot of attention has been paid to the bar space, with a banta drinks machine side by side with new molecular technology. The cocktails are first rate so this is a good place for a drink after work
  • Chef Saurabh has finally found his own style that matches with Zorawar’s feel for food. Try his pork tikka, easily the best in Delhi
  • There is live music on some evenings but there are also balconies and quiet corners if you just want to chat and enjoy some peace and quiet

Map of Farzi Cafe, Connaught Place (CP), Central Delhi

Map of Farzi Cafe

User Reviews on Farzi Cafe, Connaught Place (CP), Central Delhi

  • Ankur Garg
  • Great drinks at Farzi Cafe

    • User Rating
    Posted on : 15 Jan, 2017

    Went their on a Monday night, and the place had a surprising life for the start of the week. Really well crafted cocktails. We tried a chuski margarita, LIIT and martini - all well made. The food was well executed too. And the service was attentive, yet not over the top intrusive. Overall liked the place. Will visit again.

  • Good but not one of the best at Farzi Cafe

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    Posted on : 04 Jan, 2017

    The ambience is excellent. Special mention for the rooftop I was unaware of. Very pretty, and a nice place to catch a good brunch in the winter sun. The service is the best. Both visits to the CP branch have been especially good because of the service. The manager, waiters, etc are always warm and friendly, ensuring a good time. The food tastes excellent but is confusing to order. It's all about fusion, but most of the dishes are actually very Indian, so if you're looking for a place to have burgers, pizzas, pastas and the sort it's not it. Furthermore, the portions of the appetizers are considerably small. The classic cocktails aren't very good. LIIT, Mojitos, Martinis and Cosmos weren't very good. The mocktails were pretty tasty. The Mac and Cheese pakoras, Paneer Tikka and Bhaji with the focassia bread are winners.

  • Fusionnn!! at Farzi Cafe

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    Posted on : 30 Nov, 2016

    A concept of Zorawar Kalra! Perfect place if you love to try different things! A roller coster ride for your pallette! Its a combination of fusion food. It will surely leave an impact on your tastebuds! Do not forget to ask for complimentAry sweet dish.....................................................................................................

  • Over hyped at Farzi Cafe

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    Posted on : 15 Nov, 2016

    This place is not that great they way it was made to sound to me. The first time I visited this place I liked it and enjoyed the serving style dish names and the concept. From the second time I realized that the standard has gone down and it had become boring. Visit only once and there are better places in Delhi and Gurgaon.

  • FaRzIiii...fied!! at Farzi Cafe

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    Posted on : 29 Oct, 2016

    Nice restaurant..excellent is little farzified but food is good!!
    Eazydinner made my day with cocktails.!!
    Enjoyed and had fun with friends..!!
    Thanks to the app for making it happen!!

    More of choices should be added in Main course..:!
    Mishti dahi bomb was complementary and was good.., it was a sweet bomb

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    About Farzi Cafe

    Mr. Zorawar Kalra has done it again. He has managed to recreate his magic with his second outlet of his hit series ‘Farzi Café’. His brilliant chain of restaurants excelling in Modern Indian cuisine seems to have taken culinary circuit of Delhi by sheer surprise. Farzi Café first hit the shores of Gurgaon but with its Connaught Place outlet, the management seems to have come across even better. Find the restaurant tucked away in E Block of Connaught Place receiving a lot of attention from young gourmets and serious foodies. From the menu to the décor, everything has been paid a lot of attention to. The chef has kept some of the classics from the original menu in this outlet’s selection so you need not travel to Gurgaon for your favourites. The superb location of CP elevates the popularity of the restaurant to new heights.

    To fill any lull in the conversation there is live music provided on some evenings. Couples can find a lonely corner for tranquillity and peace if the music becomes too loud for you. The ambience of Farzi Café is simply stunning, quite different from its Gurgaon counterpart. A sprawling brown room is designed with modern sensibilities by putting in beautiful blown glass lamps hanging overhead. Moss coloured walls on one end are emphasised by a collage of golden flatware, setting off the brown leather furniture charmingly. Tall windows pours in abundant sunlight filling in the room with soft golden glow. Besides the décor, what catches the eye is their innovative presentation. Food comes in fresh creative packages like trowel, wood slices, branches, toy trucks, briefcase, mason jars and some lovely looking platters.

    Farzi Café presents the modernized version of good old Indian cuisine offering it in a swanky upscale ambience. The menu is expensive but delightful, offering a plethora of Indian delicacies with a wonderful twist. Seduce your palate with, amritsari fish n chips, palak paneer quesadillas, smoked patthar ke kebab, dal chawal arancini, karela calamari, baby cashew idlis, Rajasthani pyaaz ki kachori, Bombay bhel, braised lamb boti tacos, tempura fried prawns and green curry marinated paneer tikka. Fill yourself up with, baked egg curry masala poha, pumpkin & coconut khao suey, mutton irachi pepper fry, dal churma, chicken ghee roast and tandoori guchchi risotto parmesan papad. As the grand finale opt between, baileys lollipop, parley cheesecake, Nolan gud baklava and chocolate dirt pile.