Farzi Café

Farzi Café opened in London in January 2019 and offers contemporary Indian dishes and global classics

The first Farzi Café opened in 2014 in the modern and thriving city of Gurgaon, 30 kilometres southwest of India’s national capital, New Delhi. In little over four years, the demand for the restaurant has ensured that Farzi Café has successfully expanded and arrived in London's Haymarket in January 2019, just minutes' walk from the city's world-famous, Piccadilly Circus. 

With award-winning chef and one of India’s most acclaimed young talents, Saurabh Udinia, overseeing the kitchens, the menu at Farzi Café London offers contemporary Indian dishes and global classics, with whimsical nods to traditional British favourites. Dishes such as Amritsari Halibut, beer batter, chukki pea mash & crispy potatoes or Ground Wagyu beef scotch eggs with chive hollandaise, sit comfortably alongside Dal Chawal Arancini, a clever plant based take on the Italian classic and Shawarma Biryani, slow cooked, melt in your mouth Goat served with fragrant rice, each masterfully spiced and creatively presented.

Farzi Café opened in London in January 2019 and offers contemporary Indian dishes and global classics

The first Farzi Café opened in 2014 in the modern and thriving city of Gurgaon, 30 kilometres southwest of India’s national capital, New Delhi. In little over four years, the demand for the restaurant has ensured that Farzi Café has successfully expanded and arrived in London's Haymarket in January 2019, just minutes' walk from the city's world-famous, Piccadilly Circus. 

With award-winning chef and one of India’s most acclaimed young talents, Saurabh Udinia, overseeing the kitchens, the menu at Farzi Café London offers contemporary Indian dishes and global classics, with whimsical nods to traditional British favourites. Dishes such as Amritsari Halibut, beer batter, chukki pea mash & crispy potatoes or Ground Wagyu beef scotch eggs with chive hollandaise, sit comfortably alongside Dal Chawal Arancini, a clever plant based take on the Italian classic and Shawarma Biryani, slow cooked, melt in your mouth Goat served with fragrant rice, each masterfully spiced and creatively presented.