The Quirky, Chic Farzi Café at the Heart of New Delhi
Address: 38/39, Level 1, Block E , Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi.
Contact: +91 9599889700; 011 43551028
Price for two: Rs. 2,200 (approx.) with alcohol
Connaught Place, the bustling, central hub of New Delhi is known for its restaurants, markets, and boutiques. Popularly referred to as CP, this central piazza of Lutyen’s Delhi is always buzzing. And, as the night draws in, CP becomes even livelier. Connaught Place, built in 1933, was named after the Duke of Connaught, a member of the British royal family. The market was designed by Robert Tor Russell in collaboration with WH Nicholls.
The business centre is an entry point to Lutyens’ Delhi Presently, Connaught Place, with a green centre and white rimmed edges, is regarded as one of the best living spaces in contemporary Delhi.
Located in the heart of this urbanity is Farzi Cafe. It is the modern Indian Bistro. The place is known for its elegant decor with modernized presentation of its dishes. The cafe focuses on gourmet dinners and aims at bring the Indian cuisine back “in-Vogue”. It amalgamates Indian and traditional global classics with ambiance, culinary styles, contemporary presentations, and Indian influences. Farzi Cafe generously introduces culinary art with an alchemy of cooking techniques and modern presentations. It will be fair to say that the place absorbs its guests into the gastronomic illusion.
With moss fabric walls and a sprawling brown room, modern sensibilities are beautifully emphasized by a collage of golden flatware and tall window. Food comes in creative platters, mason jars, briefcase, toy trucks, branches, wood slices, and trowel.
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Quoting Five Legendary Master Blenders And Distillers Of The Whisky World
Master Blenders and Master Distillers are the people we should be thanking every single day because if not for them, we wouldn’t be out here enjoying the fruit of their hard-work. They are the people responsible for crafting, nurturing and overseeing the creation of what we all love so dearly.
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