For Delhiities Farzi is no new name. Think of innovative food and this place has always been a trendsetter. Zorawar Kalra has been the man who has garnered the fame of coming up with concepts that will leave FnB world in aww. In the words Mr Kalra Farzi Café has been instrumental in pinning Indian cuisine on international platforms. He has been looking forward to creating of reinventing illusions of Indian Cuisine that will give the guests with the best of dining experience.

And keeping up with the same spirit, it was last month that Farzi launched their new winter menu. The menu is all set to treat palates and is a take on global comfort food using fresh & robust ingredients and fusing them with Indian cooking styles & flavors.  

It won’t be wrong to say that Funk and creativity happen to be the USP of Farzi food. The winter special menu sees a clever incorporation of regional flavors along with some creative presentations. From the stater section the Sweet Potato chaat with some chutney foam and crispy wafer (the sweet potatoes were cut like carpaccio and those layers were placed to perfection), along with the Jaitooni Paneer Tikka and creamy Tandoori Broccoli, Souffle mutton seekh which sees an interesting soft fluffy egg on top and the Rock Prawns Thecha which happens to be a Maharashtrian dish sees a generous serving of hot green chilli. 

Loaded with spice and done to perfection these were mostly the star starters. Not to miss the The Chicken Candy with the base Gondhoraaj sauce that added to that extra flavour to the dish. 

Moving to the main course Kashmiri Chilli Korma and Lachcha Paratha and Mushroom Gassi, which is a Mangalorean-style gravy, paired with Ajwaini Lachcha Parantha. Perfectly spices and flavoured these two are pretty comforting. Moving on the iconic Chicken Cafreal has been presented in a much different way and is served with garlic naan. They both complimented each other well and yes you do get a taste of real cafreal feel. While the Prawn in Allepey curry with steam rice is sans any drama and is perfect. 

The cocktails will not disappoint at all Also known for its cocktails. Pair your starter with some of the new ones from the menu like Coffee House (a mix of homemade coffee liqueur and Bourbon) or the Tricky Tiki (gin based cocktail has camomile). 

In desserts, the Jaggery and Coconut Payasam (the light sweetness from jaggery was just perfect) along with Yuzu Malai with Pishachio crumbs are real showstopper. 

In all the dishes surely presentation takes the lead with play if bold and much robust flavours. 

Cost for two: INR 2200 + taxes