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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.
Having been to Farzi, quite a few times, I can vouch that they have amazing food. If this is your first visit to Farzi, you are bound to be surprised and shocked at the same time. Well, no other restaurant serves vada pav as a pav inside a vada. I have tried almost every item in the menu and each one is as great as ever. Keema naan, chicken khurchan tarts, vada pav, dal chawal arachini are some of my favs. Farzi, also has special cocktails which will leave you awe-struck. All in all it is a good place to visit and try new things.
the one word which describes and do justice to this place is Innovation . that too in your regular food or the food we been eating for ages now couldn't have been made better then this.
the food the ambience the service all is apt . I would feel that they should bring back some old dishes like unda burger or bhurji and Maggie... as these things have a very nostalgic importance as well ... the pricing is a little upwards but I think that's something common these days
Surprisingly I like their non-molecular food way better than the molecular gastronomy ones. Just love the Mutton Irachi pepper fry - perfectly cooked and spiced mutton with flaky malabar paratha. Desi ghee Nihari is another wonderful dish. And their Spaghetti aglio olio e cocco is the best of fusion, a simple twist on a classic dish - Spaghetti aglio olio cooked in coconut milk , it is delicious !
Their cocktails are always great.
they have such a innovative presentation that you will be more amused by it rather by the food.
every course has a new filler and presentation.
you keep on guessing what is going to come in the next course.
the menu should be simplified a little or it would be good if they can add pictures in the menu
Really loved the food and the concept. My favorite was the milky way dessert and the way it was presented was just fabulous! It was a crowded day, but because of eazydiner app I got a seat right away! I loved the palette cleanser and the amuse bouche. I loved the food but wasnt a fan of the overly dressy names of simple thngs like pav bhaji!
Farzi Café 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 ‘fake’ 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 Café 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 brûlée, 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 café style and the young crowd can savor iconic dishes from different parts of the world and at very reasonable price.