A popular chain from India, with innovation at the heart of the organisation, Farzi Café came up with a branch in Dubai. The use of muted gold enhanced by the ample light gives the décor a star-studded feel. The upside down pots hanging from the ceiling and the original back-lit wall add to the appeal. Instead of the usual menu, with an interesting spin on Indian dishes, this particular outlet got its own unique menu, with local dishes getting a Farzi twist. The 'Shawarma Biryani' is one such dish on the menu, but the one to try is the 'Daal Chaawal', served as Arancini, topped with chutney, pickle and mini-poppadums, giving this humble dish an oomph factor. The 'Tempura Fried Prawns', with the 'Lemon Chilli Foam' is an amalgamation of textures, creamy yet crispy, with the lemon chilli foam vanishing as it hit the tongue leaving behind a pleasant flavour. Lastly, try the deconstructed 'Shephard’s Pie', which had juicy cubes of beef with a side of creamy mash potatoes.