Farzi Cafe’s outpost at Gurgaon tops global charts while winning hearts.
A perfect amalgamation of molecular gastronomy and the elegance of fine dining, it serves flavours that are tastefully desi in a modern avatar.
Taking Indian cuisine to the next level, Farzi manages to cook, plate and serve Indian food – with an international twist!
With a long 55-meter bar, classy teak wood tables, and faux grass walls, this 120-seater space is chic, yet casual and fun.
The 4000 sq. ft outlet manages to impress with both its vibe and menu alike.
Looking forward to visit Farzi Cafe during your next trip to the Satellite City? Here’s why we think it’ll keep you coming back for more!
Every meal at Farzi is always full of unexpected surprises. The culinary feats performed by the team are so mesmerizing and delicious that you can’t help but, devour them with child-like wonder.
We’ll let you in on a few of our favourites from the menu, but the rest is up to you to figure out.
Welcome Shots And Well Done Starters
A meal at Farzi starts off with you gulping down a tiny yogurt balloon topped with strawberry coulis and panch - phoron (a five-spice mixture) – getting you ready for the culinary experience in store.
The menu includes lots of Tapas style dishes, full of chaat, finger-food and bar snacks.
A classic favourite at Farzi Café is the Dal Chawal Arancini with tomato salsa and mayo. Traditionally made with Indian lentils and rice, Farzi adds it’s creative touch by topping it with some papad and chutney. An excellent light bite!
The Vada Pav Farzified, their take on the classic Mumbai snack is full of mini flavour bombs! Perfectly bite sized, they have a peculiar Farzi twist - the pav is stuffed INSIDE the wada. Mind-bendingly good!
On To The Mains
Indian food is truly made unforgettable at Farzi when it comes to the mains.
The Chicken Tikka Masala served in a London-style telephone booth, to celebrate the origins of the dish, is Farzi's idea of comfort food. The dish itself may not sound as exciting but it’s one of the better bowls of Tikka you could lay your hands on. The crispy naan is an impressive accompaniment. Try it!
If you’re a fan of rajma chaval, then the Rajmah Risotto is a flavorful take on the simple dish with an Italian touch. Served with Masala Aloo Papad, it makes for a great meal on its own.
The drinks menu adds fun to regular cocktails by elevating them with an element of surprise!
A sweet and sour take on a classic Margarita, the Chuski Margarita is essentially raw-mango flavoured with a dash of Tequila which gives the ice lolly an extra zing. Just like the Pulse candy in liquid form, this one is worth a try – or a slurp.
The Farzi Apple Foamintini enthrals with its presentation. Served with dry-ice fumes in oval glasses, it’s topped with a foamy, minty layer thus, making it the perfect party-night drink. We bet you would want a refill or two!
Get ready to mesmerize all your senses with the desserts here.
Our personal favourite, the Parle G Cheesecake has a slab of cheesecake sandwiched between two glucose biscuits and plated upon a thick, creamy layer of saffron rabdi. Topped with Cadbury's Gems it’s like a dessert straight out of your childhood fantasies. Just dunk the sandwiches into the rabdi and travel back in time.
Armed with a dream location, a pocket-friendly menu, and stellar service, Farzi Cafe leaves no stone unturned when it comes to redefining Indian food.
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