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Dubai is hit by means of molecular gastronomic storm in the form of Farzi Café by Zorawar Kalra, a popular native restaurant chain of India, with innovation at the heart of the organisation, Farzi Café came up with a branch in Dubai first Farzi Café outlet is situated at City Walk in Al Safa.
What makes their menu unique is their modern twist on Indian cuisine takes your palate by surprise when you eat a single bite. But what makes Farzi Café even more special is their local dishes getting a morden Farzi twist.
Taste their shawarma biryani and special in their menu ‘Tempura Fried Prawns’, with the ‘Lemon Chilli Foam’ is an amalgamation of textures, creamy yet crispy, with the lemon chilli foam vanishing as it hit the tongue leaving behind a pleasant flavour.
Lastly, try the deconstructed ‘Shephard’s Pie’, which had juicy cubes of beef with a side of creamy mash potatoes. Their stylish décor might be a lovely foil for a special event like Special Occasion.
It will do splendidly for a smart ultra-modern décor. The use of muted gold enhanced by the ample light gives the décor a star-studded feel.
The upside down pots hanging from the ceiling and the original back-lit wall add to the appeal.
Insider Dubai’sTips All dishes are uniquely presented, filled with an array of flavours, making it a memorable eating experience you can start your meal with a complimentary ‘Amuse Bouche’ to tantalise your palate and set the spirits for the meal to follow and end your meal with the Jalebi Caviar and the Ras Malai Tres Leches are famous among the dinners.
What to order: shawarma biryani, Shephard’s Pie, Tempura Fried Prawns, Amuse Bouche and Jalebi Caviar and the Ras Malai Tres Leches are the must try one’s.
Price Range: 130AED – 500AED ($35.39 – $136.12).
Opening hours: Daily 10AM – 11PM.
Where: City Walk, Al Safa and Al Wasi Road, intersection, Al Safa Dubai.