2/3 Courses set menu with Champagne cocktail/mocktail: £20/£25
From a set menu.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 8 people
Starts: May 22, 2019
Ends: November 17, 2019
Availability: Mon-Fri 12:00PM-6:30PM
They took our order but only brought us 1 out of the 2 starters. Then after 35 mins we asked them what happened to our second starter, they said they’ll chase it. But then we got our main dishes brought out after which the second missing starter arrived. But during this whole time for 35 mins no one checked on us or asked us if we were ok. We had to grab one of the waitresses attention to flag the missing food.
Taste wise the food was ok but my Artichoke korma dish was barely lukewarm. The Plates were freezing so as soon as we put any food on it, it’s go cold so we just ate straight off the serving dishes.
The ambiance is great and its not overtly busy but service needs a lot of looking at.
Atmosphere, service and ambience was perfect. Could not be faulted! The food however, whilst beautifully presented, lacked authentic flavour.
The restaurant overall is a nice place.
We ordered Butter Chicken Pao Sliders and they were nice, we ordered the chicken tikka which came out raw but we sent it back and got a nice portion.
The lamb chops weren’t my thing, but I can see why you would like them, they aren’t Tandoori, beware!
The goat shoulder was extremely fatty, and the biryani with it was horrible.
The CTM and the nihari were alright.
Overall a nice enough eat.
What a great find. Chosen at random because our first choice appeared to be closed for business, we were absolutely delighted. The food was delicious, as was the champagne cocktail which accompanied the set menu. We both chose the Roasted Pumpkin, Courgette Salad with Goat’s Curd Mousse and honey truffle, followed by Chicken Tikka Masala. We learned this restaurant had only opened in January 2019 but every element of the service seemed very polished and well-deserving of the Michelin plaque they had recently received. I'll definitely return and recommend the restaurant to friends wanting an up-market Indian cuisine experience.
Had the time of my life here, I actually cannot fault a thing. The restaurant host welcomed me like he knew me personally, I was quite taken aback. I loved the ambience, decor, hospitality and the food. The food was presented and cooked with thought and creativity. I feel Farzi Café calling itself a bistro is them underselling the experience. It was one of the most exciting nights I had had in while. Gaurav is a Godsend, thank you from myself and my friend Malaika for your impeccable service, it was an absolute pleasure and we hope to see you again when we return on another occasion.
Good service, very tasty food, small portions and desert was nothing special
Great atmosphere, amazing service, and most importantly...delicious and creative dishes. The staff were really attentive and I really liked the Ayurvedic theme for the cocktail menu. Can't wait to come back!
Bold effort to create a fusion menu with an Indian recipes. However a bit disappointed with the quantity and mains. Starters and desserts were delicious.
Unfortunately the food did not match the ambience or the prices. Seasoning was lacking on the mains but starters were fine. Underwhelming experience.
Guarav was exceptional in his service. Great tasting food.
Great ambience and music. The gentleman who served us was really attentive and friendly. The bone marrow was the highlight of the evening for us. Thank you for the special touches, dessert and making my partners birthday more special. The manager as well kept checking on us. Over all highly recommended.
Excellent food, innovative and delicious
Service was excellent also.
Only niggle was the music was a tad too loud. Sometimes hard go hear my friend speak
The galouti kebab starter was good. My wife ordered a tandoori chicken chops which was a bit under cooked and sweet( sweet tandoori chops was a first for us). I have never paid £7 for a bad mango lassi this record was finally broken here. Dont order the mango lassi. To be fare we went on diwali night and looked like they were struggling and had no time for taking proper care of their customers which can just asking if we are happy with the food. We had our starters and left. My wife has been to their branch in Delhi,India and has good things to say about it. I won't be coming back here unfortunatley.
We were told on arrival that we could not have the Diwali set menu because we had not pre-booked - this was extremely disappointing as we came especially for the Diwali menu and there was no option to select it when booking via open table.
The best quality Indian food I've ever had! Definitely worth it. Would just like more vegetarian/vegan options in this menu.
The food is great. The best lamb chops I've had, perfectly cooked.
The only thing that I was disappointed with was the state of the toilets. They were so bad. Dirty, messy, smelly, too dark. There was water all over the floor, tissue everywhere. It was disgusting and it was not only one toilet but all of them.
great food, great venue, service can be a bit slow, they could do with more staff but the food in this place is definitely worth the wait!
I was expecting it to be like the one in Pune India and was disappointed in that respect,but the food was nice and service good. Pune restaurant is spectacular and the London one is ordinary.
Lovely little find! We had an offer for the festival week menu so 3 courses for £30 with a glass champagne was amazing. Nice selection of yummy food!
The food was very tasty so it is well worth the visit but I found our waiter quite pushy..we ordered 5 dishes then the waiter wanted main order so we told him we would see how we feel.
Anniversary dinner - was well spent at Farzi
They made us a special dessert and we had a nice table in the corner downstairs.
Good service and great food
Service was amazing.
The place is lovely.
However, food is just ok, nothing extraordinary or to get excited about.
Dishes comes in small portions.
We expressed that we didn't like the starter that we have ordered (Galouti Kebab Pate), and they can see that it was almost untouched, but they couldn't be bothered.
I do love exploring restaurants and bars, but would I be returning to Farzi?
More likely not.
Great food and atmosphere. A very minor point on the lack of explanation on the menu. Will definitely be going back again!
Waitress was clearly new!
Gave us wrong menus, served us wrong drinks and generally we were rushed. Food tasted below average. I would not recommend
Restaurant decor and ambiance was lovely. We were a group of 5 dinning out on a relaxing Wednesday evening. Between us we ordered the naan bread, Paani puri, Black Dhaal, Paneer, slow cooked lamb shank, aubergine dip, beef wagu buns and couple of other side dishes. Food was flavoursome and presented beautifully. We all agreed the dishes were very small (hence why we ordered a-lot of food) i would say 1 starter can equally be shared with another person but not between 5 :) so maybe that was our mistake. The shank was cooked to perfection and I would have happily ordered just this with a bowl of rice instead of the starters. Waiter was attentive although a little bit disappointed he told us that they had ran out of masala chai.
The food was great..spot on. The best prepared and tasting food I have had in restaurants in a long time...really enjoyed every dish.
Only issue that detracted to the overall experience was the noise. It was a little too noisy. I think this was due the placing of the table right next the bar. Had the background music and the chatter chatter of the people at the bar.
Fantastic place for a night out. Chitcken tikka starter and lamb shanks are an absolute must. Also the cocktails are delicious - all so innovative. Definitely worth trying.
Not bad for central London, great choice of cocktails and Whisky. Food is epic.
Best ever food. We have been to Farzi in India(Hyderabad) but this place blew us with amazing best ever food. Made our experience memorable arrange a cake for my husband
Amazing food and service
I have been to Farzi Cafe in Dubai and it was an amazing experience.
And Farzi in London is a completely different restaurant.
This was our second visit, I am impressed the food was even better than the first time. The service was very good. I will return. Thank You
Very nice food and a lovely restaurant. Portions were a little small, but enough. Would definitely go again.
BEST INDIAN RESTAURANT IN LONDON!
It is rare I would visit the same restaurant two days in a row - unless the food and experience is exceptional! We did visit Sunday and Monday evening for dinner because we loved it!!!
Farzi cafe (restaurant actually!!) ticks all the boxes for a culinary experience. The food is delicious, innovative and ingredients - fresh & top quality.
The service was top notch, a special mention to the Manager, Francis who was attentive. The place was buzzing for a Monday evening! I think for location and food quality its good value. Definitely go and experience it!
Great food, service was brilliant. Quite expensive, but worth the money and what you would expect from a decent London restaurant. Will definitely go back.
This was a really nice place to eat with great food. The cuisine is essentially Indian with Gujarati, Bangladesh and a British fusion. The cocktails are amazing...especially their signature cocktails and their bar men are really good and knowledgeable about the drinks. Food was explained to us and we ordered the right amount. The only slightly unpleasant part was we asked for gluten free nan and admittedly it was not on the menu but we asked anyway....and we heard the chef say to the waitress (in quite a rude tone)...”No, we do not have gluten free...it’s not on the menu”. A bit unnecessary! But don’t let that put you off...it’s a beautiful place with great food. Highly recommend.
The food was too sweet , lacked good Indian spice
A bit pricey for what it is, although the food is good. Best value is with the set courses which are only available until 6:30 pm. Although portions are smaller, they are far cheaper and you get to try a starter, main, bread, desert and a glass of champagne!
Our first time. Was fairly quiet on arrival but got busier. Helpful staff. Interesting menu and our dishes were all cooked to perfection. Price was ok for the experience.