Adding their trademark molecular gastronomy stamp to traditional Ramadan dining, Farzi Cafe has created an innovative Iftar menu that blends Indian, Middle-Eastern flavours. Available throughout the holy month for Farzi guests to break fast at sunset, the elaborate sharing-style feast will turn taste palates upside down with classic Arabic dishes such as kadaifi rubbing shoulders with Northern Indian delicacies like Paneer Lababdar.
Served with that infamous Farzi theatrical flair, the #farzified Iftar menu will start with a date yoghurt 'welcome shot' before launching into a light Chicken Mulligatawny soup flavored with Indian spices to stimulate the appetite. Popular for centuries across both Indian subcontinent and the Middle East, a selection of crowd-pleasing kebabs will follow, from the veggie deliciousness of Hara Bhara kebabs blending spinach and cottage cheese in delicious patties to Chapli kebabs popular in Pakistan and Afghanistan melding minced chicken and spices; plus classic Tawa lamb chops with housemade mint chutney. Mains include succulent Chicken Tikka on a bed of mint-infused Pulao with Matha spheres and Northern Indian favourite Paneer Tikka Lababdaar served with tomato-based gravy and fluffy oregano paratha.
To end Iftar on a sweet note, the Farzi team have gone all out with a fresh take on Indian favourite syrup-soaked jalabis, this time infused with charcoal for a dramatic look and served with a rich mascarpone. Each guest will also get a complimentary break your fast favourite Vimto and the chance to sample a brand new milk-based Falooda introduced exclusively for Ramadan.
The Farzi Cafe Iftar Menu will be available at both Farzi Cafe locations in City Walk and Mall of Emirates from 12th April to 12th May 2021. The menu will be priced at AED 149 per person and be available for dine-in or delivery.
For more information on Farzi Cafe visit www.farzicafe.ae. For reservations at City Walk 0526892012 and Mall of Emirates 0504075590
About Farzi Cafe
From the House of Jiggs Kalra creators of acclaimed culinary destinations such as Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra, Pa Pa Ya Masala Bar and Made in Punjab Farzi Café is best described as a gastronomic experience amalgamating traditional global cuisine with regional influences, local flavours, contemporary presentations, culinary styles and high energy ambiance. Incorporating the use of high quality, fresh ingredients, it offers a quirky, yet chic, European bistro style experience, for patrons to enjoy the finest of modern day cuisine, offering its adaptation of some iconic dishes from around the world. Farzi Caf is now in 12 cities in India and with the launch in Dubai, London, Riyadh, Qatar and Kuwait, plus upcoming openings in Muscat, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Rome.
The two Dubai locations are Farzi Cafe Dubai City Walk Phase 2 and Farzi Cafe Mall of the Emirates located next to the cinema.