What I like about Farzi Café is that it works on a new menu every quarter. Which means that even if you visit multiple times over, you are sure to have a good time and something new to experiment with. I have a few favourites which I always have on the table. The first one is the 'Masala Saison Beer' – I find this one to be the perfect match for anything you order. Of the new menu currently on you should definitely have the 'Edamame Hummus with Kori Roti Crisp'. I always look for a 'Chicken Curry' to go with 'Mangalorean Rotti', this here is a nice twist. There is also the 'Edamame and Aloo Samosa Pinwheel Chaat' which is really good as well. A pretty platter where every element adds to the flavour profile of the dish. The 'Guntur Chilli Chicken' is a good option to go with the beers here. The 'Kadak Seekh', tempered yogurt is an interesting dish as is the 'Harissa Marinated Paneer Tikka'. The 'Asparagus and Water Chestnut Kurma' are quite the innovation, served with 'Fresh Coconut Appam'. And as is customary for every Farzi, dishes that pay tribute to the local food as well – so look for the 'Donne Biryani' and the 'Mudde Mutton Curry' if you would like the option. To end your meal, the 'Parle-G Cheesecake' is an eternal favourite as is the 'Bailey’s Pops'. The 'Nendra Banana Custard Tart' is good and the 'Red Velvet Bebinca with Mixed Berry Icecream' is quite some creative thinking.
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