Farzi Cafe

Lower Parel, South Mumbai

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Restaurant Information

₹ 1500 for two approx.
Modern Indian


  • 12:00 PM to 01:00 AM

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Kamala Mills, Near Radio Mirchi Office, Lower Parel, Mumbai

Insider Tips

  • Farzi-style Lamb chops, Tempura Fried Prawns accompanied with mouth-watering Avocado Achaar and Caesar Salad will complete your dining experience
  • This Modern Indian Bistro's Anda Curry, Chicken Tikka Masala, Hot Sizzling Chicken, Pepper sauce tossed noodles are a few more must-haves to add to the list
  • The Vada Pav and Dal Chawal Arancini will leave you with a sense of old-world nostalgia

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Roxanne Speaks Food & travel aficionado


Farzi Café is another genius eatery from Massive Restaurants. The space is quite large with dark dim interiors and a rather long bar completely stocked with excellent bar tenders that churn out drinks all night long. The menu is quite extensive, featuring interesting dishes including hoppers, burgers and plenty others, but the focus is primarily Indian food or what they seem to be known for, Progressive Indian Food.

About Farzi Cafe, Lower Parel, South Mumbai

Modern gastronomy seems to have invaded every part of Indian fine dining. Chefs are travelling around the globe, bringing with them a treasure trove of western techniques to give the dull Indian cuisine a new life. Dining on Indian cuisine need not be a stale affair now. Rather it is exciting and progressive in parts. Infusing a wind of change to predictable curry-naan affair is the famous ‘Farzi Café’. Coming from the same brand umbrella as Masala Library, Made in Punjab, Pa Pa Ya and MasalaBar, Farzi Café is the brainchild of legendary Zorawar Kalra. There is now a Farzi Café outpost in practically all major cities in India. There are three outlets of the restaurant in Mumbai itself. One being at the thriving trendy High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel locality.

Farzi Café is a fine dining restaurant with a vision. A team of talented chefs strive to introduce a progressive Indian menu to it’s patrons. By using molecular western techniques like Liquid Nitrogen, they shape classic Indian dishes in a refreshing way. You can favor any boozy drink to kick-start the menu but we recommend you try quirky Farzi Signatures. Nibble alongside on starters such as, chilli pork ribs, dal chawal arancini, tempura fried prawns, butter chicken bao, bhuna chicken lollipops, rajasthani pyaaz ki kachori, galouti burger and Farzified mezze platter. Further invest in your appetite with a superb main course entailing, kacchi dabeli, mutton erachi pepper fry, mushroom & cheese sizzler, wild mushroom risotto, dum chicken biryani, hand pulled butter chicken, slow cooked lamb shanks and mutton pattice chaat.

Coddle your sweet tooth with a series of lip-smacking desserts whipped up by Farzi Café. Enjoy, lemon tart, Parle G cheesecake, rum n raisin ice cream, ras malai tres leches, chocolate dirt pile and flourless chocolate bar. The menu is brimming with both classic and unique options, depending on which way you want to go. The restaurant is always packed, book ahead. Prices are high so order accordingly. The high-ceilinged stylishly decorated dining room, splits across two floors. Interiors are very much modern and fashionable to the core. Farzi Café exudes affluence and style in spades, just like it’s menu. An attractive bar is the focal point of the room. Staff is efficient and well versed with the menu. Ask them for opinion. If you want to dazzle someone with molecular gastronomy and chic, bring them to Farzi Café.


What cuisines are served at Farzi Cafe?


Main cuisine served at Farzi Cafe is Modern Indian.

What is the cost for 2 at Farzi Cafe?


₹1500 (approx.) for two at Farzi Cafe.

Is Farzi Cafe restaurant pure veg?


No, Farzi Cafe serves both veg and non-veg dishes.

What are Farzi Cafe restaurant timings?


Farzi Cafe restaurant timing For Today : 12:00 PM to 01:00 AM

Does Farzi Cafe restaurant serve buffet?


No, Farzi Cafe does not serve buffet.

Does Farzi Cafe restaurant have a bar or serve alcohol?


No, Farzi Cafe does not serve alcohol.

Does Farzi Cafe restaurant play live music?


No, Farzi Cafe doesn't play live music.

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