REVIEW: Farzi Cafe

Farzi Café is situated conveniently in-between Embankment and Piccadilly, short walks from both.


The experience starts with a lovely welcome with a doorman opening the door as you approach, the atmosphere on arrival is cosy and casual with staff welcoming all.

THE INTERIOR

The interior narrative focuses on the ‘Farzification’ of the space; coining the term for the playful, inventive and energetic persona of the brand.
The central space is taken up with a bar with an elevated shelf with their selection of whiskey bottles (around 60) that are highlighted with the overall deep orange mood lighting of the restaurant.
Tables are spread around the expansive square, some with comfy corner coves and this spills into a lower floor.
There is a partially open kitchen at the far end giving an insight to the creations the chefs are cooking.

WHAT WE ATE

The menu has considerable choice, with “nano plates”, “small plates”, grills, main courses, side dishes and breads.



WHAT WE DRANK

The wine list had 75 labels and started at £20.

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