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Third outlet of Farzi Cafe in Mumbai opens at Oberoi Mall in Goregaon
Friday, 12 January, 2018, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Zorawar Kalra, founder and managing director, Massive Restaurants Pvt Ltd has opened the third Mumbai outlet of Farzi Cafe, the modern Indian bistro, at Oberoi Mall, Goregaon (East). It will serve lunch from noon onwards and dinner from 7pm onwards.

The chain was established with the objective of bringing Indian cuisine back in vogue for patrons of all ages and bagged numerous accolades since. Speaking at the opening of the outlet, Kalra, dubbed the Prince of Indian Cuisine, said, “The word Farzi can have many connotations.”

“But at Farzi Cafe, it has just one, that of creating an illusion with its cuisine. It is a first-of-its-kind Indian bistro concept, which extensively uses elements of molecular gastronomy, offering a gastronomic experience,” he added.

Kalra said that it was for all those who loved Indian food with their global favourites and wished to explore experiencing the next level of Indian cuisine. “The absolute adulation shown by our patrons, from India and overseas, for the efforts put in, behind the concept of Farzi Café is simply humbling,” he added.

“It is this faith, coupled with the demand, that has encouraged us to open the third outlet of Farzi Cafe in Mumbai for our patrons. We are confident that our guests would enjoy the freshness incorporated in the overall experience,” Kalra said.

An amalgamation of traditional Indian food with modern Indian flavours along with global cuisine, Farzi Café redefines Indian cuisine where culinary art meets the alchemy of modern presentations and cooking techniques like molecular gastronomy to absorb the guest into a unique Indian Bistronomie dining experience.

“Conceptualised to give an experience of dining under the large faux sunken boat surrounded by fluidic waves, Farzi Café, Oberoi Mall, Goregaon will show the homecoming in Mumbai with a fresh breeze of spatial design,” Kalra said.

“Parametric design methods and computational techniques have been used to design the waves, that symbolise a restaurant under the Mumbai sea,” he added.

“The bar area has been assembled piece-by-piece in timber boards to form a sculpted feature element that sits amid the space as a large monolithic hull,” Kalra said.

“The bar back is back-lit with warm LED lights filtering through acrylic screens to highlight the 100 precious bottles to be stored on the shelves,” he added, stating that demarcated areas have been formed for separate dining areas.

Farzi Café showcases a range of tapas-style dishes, an elaborate hoppers section, mains and desserts, with modernist culinary techniques, scientific methodologies and food trends.

The food menu has been curated by Saurabh Udinia, head chef, Massive Restaurants Pvt Ltd.

Some of the star dishes from the new menu include Ratatouille Gujia, Imli Sweet Chilli, Dal Gosht Open Tacos and the Lahori Chicken with Tempered Yoghurt.

These is an array of molecular liquor options to choose from. The signature beverage offerings include Chuski Margarita, Farzi Apple Foamintini and the entire Bunta selection, to name a few.

The new outlet will continue the chain’s endeavour to serve dishes that are a unique mix of ingredients to create the perfect illusion of the cuisine.

Guests may choose from a variety of soups and salads, including Cream Corn Chowder, Bhutta Fritters, Wild Greens or Paya Shorba, Chilli Garlic Rusk.

The vegetarian starters include Ratatouille Gujia, Imli Sweet Chilli or Mushroom Falafel Donner, Charred Pimentos Coulis, while non-vegetarians can opt for such starters as Mutton Masala Lukhmi, Sweet Ginger and Mint Chutney or Guntur Chilli Chicken.

The tapa section that boasts of delicacies like the Baby Lamb Tikka Kebab, Garlic Toum or Grilled Chermoula Prawns, Roasted Tomato Chutney and much more.

While the non-vegetarian main course includes Mutton Irachi Pepper Fry, Malabari Parantha and slow cooked Baby Lamb Shanks, Desi Ghee Nehari, Golden Onion, vegetarians can choose from Matka Cholle, Lucchi Puff or Farzified Missal Pav.

The desserts include Parle G Cheese Cake, Rasmalai TresLeches and Bailey's Lollipop.
 
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