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Rustom's offering of Parsi cuisine is both honest and authentic, despite the presence of multiple Parsi cuisine restaurants in the Capital currently. What makes your dining experience really unique here is the quiet ambience of the Delhi Parsi Anjuman, which also has on its premises the Mengusi Parsi Dharamshala (rest house), the Bhiwandiwalla Community Hall, crammed with tomes on Zoroastrian history and culture, and the exquisite Kaikhusuru Palonji Katrak Dar-e-Meher (Parsi Fire Temple). The new venue of Rustom's is inside the Delhi Parsi Anjuman on Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg. Therefore, do not look for it as a standalone restaurant. Once inside the Anjuman, you will see bold signs guiding you to the restaurant. Be aware that you need to pay Rs 40, in addition to your meal charges, right at the restaurant entrance. This is a contribution towards Delhi Parsi Anjuman. The 'Prawn Curry' is the treasure that you need to find under your mound of fragrant rice. 'Masoor Ma Gos' is another meat-themed entry in the menu where chunks of meat get a shower in whole red lentil gravy. This is best paired with paper thin 'Parsi Rotlis' that are translucent to boot.
In case you are a person trying different types of food,this is an authentic Parsi food place and be assured you will be treated with superb service from the heart.The food is heavy but sometimes you can have a go,the food veg.and non veg both were so awesome beyond any doubt.the desert cake was beyond any mention a superb recommendation.do try the outlet and be assured a perfect dine place.
This place is certainly the best place for Parsi food in Delhi. Having said this, there is limited seating capacity. The food speaks out for itself. I tried their mutton thali and it made me do one thing- helped getting out of Aura created by B grade joint like Sodabottle opnerwala. Yet to try some more of their dishes before a final comprehensive review!
India is a land of varied food cuisines and cultures and Parsi cuisine is one of them. Parsi cuisine is not just about food but is a reflection of the culture and lifestyle of Parsis, their lover for food in all forms be it mutton, fish, chicken, eggs and veggies Parsi food draws a strong influence from the regions of Gujarat and hence and thus the sweet and sour element i.e. Vinegar from Goa and Sweetness from Gujarat Berries. This is a gem in the form of canteen in the Parsi Anjuman complex. Chicken Farcha, Patrani Machi, Kharu Ghosth and Kolmi fry were the starters that we ordered and everything was just perfect in taste and quality. Salli boti was the standout dish on the main course Once inside your get a feeling that you are sitting in the dining hall of a Parsi household. All in all a must visit for all food connoisseurs wishing to explore and experience this unique cuisine..
Heavenly experience The food is supers,excellent.out of this world i dont think i can say much more i am rather short of words in explaining about the taSTE and qulity of food
Excellent service, menu well explained for those uninitiated to Parsi cuisine! We had mutton and veg thalis, both were excellent with some nice pickles and chutneys to accompany. We finished with pudding - maska pao pudding and kulfi falooda - followed by hot chai, which tasted heavily of ginger (this is a good thing!). All excellent. Finally, Rupus the labrador just about made our night.
How often is that you are broke at the end of the month? College students have to make do with a shoestring budget all month around so when you chance upon a place with reasonable prices and decent food, spread the word. If you want to enjoy a hearty meal for budget-friendly prices then you should target the eateries nearby universities. ‘Phirangi – The Food Peddler’ is a great example for moderate priced places. This compact youthful eatery is a huge favorite of college students studying in North Campus. You will often see a horde of sneaker-clad youths lazing around Phirangi munching on delectable food and killing time between classes. Those who are new to North Campus will find Phirangi tucked at Jawahar Nagar, Kamla Nagar, New Delhi.
Phirangi – The Food Peddler opens it’s doors about 11 am and remains open till 10 pm. If you missed breakfast at your PG then grab something to munch on before going for classes. Keeping in mind the eclectic clientele, the eatery holds a diverse global menu to satisfy all kinds of palates. A delightful mix of Continental, Italian and Chinese could be enjoyed here. The food served at Phirangi is comforting and sustaining. Begin by nibbling onto, vegetarian spring rolls, crispy fried fish finger, Greek salad, mushroom on toast, BBQ chicken wings, honey chilli potato, chicken steam momo and chicken salami bruschetta. Feast further on, wrestler’s omelette, Mumbaiya sandwich, orange chilli chicken, farmer’s pizza, pasta in pesto cream sauce, grilled lamb pattie burger, veggies in hot garlic gravy, double loaded margherita pizza, pasta salsa rosaa, tandoori paneer burger and lemon chicken gravy.
They offer home delivery and often have discounts on online orders. Phirangi is the kind of place where breakfast slowly turns into lunch then dinner. The casual laid-back appeal of the place draws many punters regularly. Prices are highly cheap, which is a major reason for it’s popularity. If you overlook ambience in favor of affordable prices then Phirangi – The Food Peddler will certainly fit the bill. Décor is nothing to be excited about but with clever ideas, they have managed to use the small space to its best advantage. The multi-color façade draws your attention instantly. Inside, the play on textured walls against pale wood picnic tables is interesting to the eye. They amp up the style with funky wall art.