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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.
Stopped by for dinner with business associates. Got there around 7 and were able to take advantage of the cheap appetizer prices for the smallest plates that cease at 7:30. Great way to array a sampling of their modern Indian tastes on the table. Very good and large portions of food. Only around $25 US for apps, main course and drinks. Very welcome break from the outrageous prices in the hotel bars and restaurants.
Located in the heart of capital overlooking giant tricolour from its window the cafe is well decorated with modern Chic theme. Has a live performance stage and lounge seating as option. If you know your Indian food favourite and order something here don't expect the regular stuff. Food is served innovatively in modern fusion avatar. You are served yoghurt shots on arrival served chilled over smoky dry ice platter and that's when your awe moment starts. Dal chawal is served in ball shape that you can not imagine in your wildest dreams. You will find most tables taking picture of food before eating. Overall great place to hang out with friends family or someone special.
Had gone to Farzi Cafe for a casual meeting for the second time ..First time experience I do not think was too good . The choice of Food and drinks was not up to mark
When you walk in, it is an impressive outfit - fashionable tungsten lightbulbs hang from the ceiling surrounded by wooden crates, the bar looks great, the light is dim without being overly dark to the point that it's a hindrance. The music is up tempo, and quite loud. We're met and seating fairly quickly and given menus. At this point we were fairly excited that this would be a great experience. Then we waited for more than 15 minutes to order drinks, only one of which arrived. Perhaps the music is too loud, the blue blazered man who took our order did have difficulty in hearing us, but the order was confirmed before he left. All in all, not that big of a deal. The dry ice fuming free yogurt shot came out. This is a great example of what this restaurant is all about. Its flashy (perhaps a genuine effort) but once you become accusted to the glitz, to the loud disorientating music that changes mid song, to the waiters busily hustling about (which adds a buzz to the place until you realise they aren't really doing very much) you see this place for what it is. Not all that much, all package, less substance. In comparison to the cheaper (albeit less centrally located) restaurant that I had a great lunch in for a little less money, I didn't really think much of the food. We order two veg starters and a veg main. It came out very quick (a positive or negative?), and they all kind of blended into each other as they were all tasted very similar, although looked to be very different on the menu. Average for the money spent. Finally, I had really bad indigestion along with a wicked round of gas build up that's still there two days later. I pity the people sitting beside me on the plane home... Maybe that's just Delhi environmental bacteria? I dunno but I didn't experience this with other places I ate in in Delhi? Eg in Hauz Khas....
Tasty food good collection of spirits and beers , live and loud music , tasty dessert and price is reasonable.
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Farzi Café has finally opened their gates in Connaught Place, Central Delhi after a big hit in Cyber City, Gurgaon. As the name suggests, ‘Farzi’ means ‘Creating an Illusion’ with its cuisine best described as an epicurean experience.
Farzi café, started by one of the Master Chef India judges Mr. Zorawar Kalra, managed to recreate the magic, excelling in Modern Indian cuisine. Their objective is to bring Indian cuisine back in a-la-mode and focusses on epicureans as well as youth.Ambience
The interiors are really amazing with some cool lightings. You will see a crowd from every age group here from chit-chatting groups of friends-people coming straight from the office to relax-families for a casual dinner. They paid a lot of attention from food menu to décor. They have a large comfortable seating area on two floors from where you can choose your favourite seat according to your preference. You can also enjoy the live music while having the delectable food.Treat yourself
The presentation of the food is really amazing, the way they present each and every dish in a twisted way is enchanting. There are several dishes which are a must-try and you can seduce your plate with dishes like Beef Boti Hash Cheese Melt Toast, Grilled Bombay Decker, Lemon Quinoa and their show stopper dish was French Toast Jenga.Price:
Though this place can be expensive for some but it is worth every penny.Address and How to reach:
Address: E- 38/39, First Floor, Rajiv Chowk, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001.
Farzi café is located in the E-block of Connaught Place and you can easily reach there via metro, auto or a car. If you are planning to come from Delhi Metro then, exit from gate no. 4 which is right across E-block.