Farzi Cafe

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I’ve eaten at Farzi Cafe 3 times, the 1st time as a paying customer during the soft launch opening and the other 2 times as an invited guest to try limited edition menus. I was also sent items from their 2020 menu during Lockdown. This review will be based on all my visits and experiences. 

Date of (1st) Visit: December 2018

Farzi Cafe is a Modern Indian Bistro serving cutting edge food with a british twist, that opened up near Piccadilly circus at the end of 2018.  

I’ve eaten the food from here a total of 4 times and each time the food has been exceptionally good. This includes one occasion where I was grateful to be invited to a review of a slow cooked roasted lamb shoulder which was one my all time best things I’ve ever eaten. Sadly, that item is only available on Eid. It feeds 6 people. 

The food here is good, everything has a sense of quality and thought behind it. Dishes like my favourite, the avocado chaat is an example of simplicity and creativity, executed to create a unique tatsy dish. There’s also some British classics that have been Indianfied, like deshi scotch eggs and deconstructed cottage pie with Wagyu beef! I visited during the soft launch where I got 50% off. Not sure if they are still on the menu.

The menu has changed since my first visit back in late 2018,  the lamb biryani is one of the few dishes I ate that are still on the menu. I loved the presentation, lamb was tender and tasted very reminist of mum’s biryani £17.

It’s hard to write a solid review for this place as I’m trying to base it on 4 different experiences. However, the common theme from it all is the food is of a high quality and standard, it tastes good, and I fully recommend this place. I’m going to take the easy way out for this one, as i’m having a hard time to merge 4 separate meals into one flowing review. All the dishes i’ve tried here have scored at least 7/10, there is nothing average, everything is top quality and of a high standard.

Food delivery sent to me during Lockdown

The decor and service is that of a fine dining restaurant, It’s evident from the moment you walk in that a lot of time, thought, money and effort has gone into this place. It looks fabulous and makes a great spot for a celebration meal or date night with a loved one.

Food From brunch Menu

They also have a Sunday brunch menu available and have extended their eat out help out scheme to October (excluding Friday and Saturday) 

Check FarziLondon.com for menu

Not everything is halal, Chicken and Lamb Halal.

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