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This is one of Delhi’s best restaurants at its price point. It serves modern Indian food in café type surroundings at prices that are much lower than other restaurants with similar ambitions: Indian Accent or Varq. Some of the food uses the techniques of molecular gastronomy but most of it just comprises witty variations on normal Indian food. A cheeni paratha is boosted by the addition of foie gras butter. The samosa is made with duck. The cheesecake is bookended with two Glucose biscuits. Highly recommended.
Yes excellent service, food quality. Friendly staff, we were 20+ official colleagues and had a great time. Just one issue was around 9.30 the live music was so loud on speakers that we could hardly hear each other. Otherwise a cherished moment and evening to remember
a typical concept & fusion restaurant, very unique menu and presentation. The variety & the styling keeps your mind tickling. Pros are personalised and very prompt service, excellent ambience & superb choice of music & thankfully its not loud or deafening. Taste of the food was not as just about above average I mean as compared to the way they serve it...which is fantablous. Bread(roti) is the only comparatively weak part of the whole setup. Went there on an anniversary and thx to Yeshwant we were treated as such. Kudos to the team.... EASILY ONE OF THE BEST OPTIONS IN THE AREA. Needless to say it was full on a Tuesday evening too..
Loved the ambience and presentation. Friendly staff. Too crowded in weekend though. The menu itself could take an hour to browse through. Overall worth the experience.
During my recent trip to New Delhi I decided to take the Airport Metro to meet a friend for lunch who lives near the Delhi airport. He suggested that we try a restaurant at Cyber City in Gurgaon. While walking around Cyber City my friend suggested a Chinese restaurant but since I only eat Indian food in India he suggested the Farzi Cafe. It was a very good choice and appears to be one of the best places for modern Indian fusion food. I was surprised to receive a complementary amuse bouche in the form of egg-shaped yogurt. We tried the Baby Lamb Shanks and the Prawn Chettinad which were wonderful. The service was very efficient but the prices seemed high for this suburban setting. The bottled water was extremely expensive at R250 ($3.80).
In Farzi cafe every food items definitely taste better than any other. Their tastes and the looks of the food are really different and good. For those who want to try a new and different taste it is a must try place. the prices are too nominal.
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Farzi CafÃ© situated in Cyber Hub, DLF Cyber City on ground Floor in Gurgaon is divine for excellent food and loads of fun. The restaurant attracts people in abundance each day. Farzi means â€˜fakeâ€™ or illusory, this is how it creates illusion with its traditional cuisine, and it appears to be modern and stylish in this cafe. The interiors are beautifully done in conventional wood and fashionable glass is purely outstanding. A live music is played in the middle of the cafe. The siting is also found near the bar and the table normally has seating in 2, 4, or 6 and in case there is a big group these tables are joined. Quite a few unusual artefacts are seen all over. The tablemats have erratic and interesting things written on them. There is something idiosyncratic in the washrooms as well.
Food at Farzi CafÃ© is sumptuous and lip smacking. However, the portion size here are small so you get the opportunity to try out variety of dishes. The menu card is comical and humerous. eg Karela calamari, which is a Vegetarian dish with calamari ring lookalikes, made from karela, or a veg dilli style burger called Gupta burger and much more. Food here is a perfect blend of modern and traditional style. Enjoy the exotic Chili duck samosa, rural chini parantha, duck liver maska, delicious Kashmiri meat dish rishta. Desserts like traditional rabri or modern cheesecake, Rooh afza creme brÃ»lÃ©e, candyfloss are really worth trying. Mocktails are just too good, enjoyable and tangy like a Litchi farzi desire is a perfect drink. You will come across an implausible balance of tastes and flavours in the cuisines served here.
Food is served here by smiling and hospitable staff who also help you in deciding the menu..They are neatly dressed in gallous pants that appear cool and retro. The waiters are well connected to the kitchen staff. All in all it is based on Indian cafÃ© style and the young crowd can savor iconic dishes from different parts of the world and at very reasonable price.