Farzi is one restaurant I have wanted to be at the most but it, ironically, has taken me the longest. The reasons for this happening were plenty but I finally made it to Farzi last week and there was a sense of excitement and relief in equal measure.
The place is funky, chic and bohemian but I would not want to delve on it any more as it takes my focus away from what makes Farzi the best new restaurant in town – food and drinks.
Many people label the food here as molecular gastronomy but I think its akin to calling all Indian food “curry”; it strips away from the complexity of what’s on your plate. Farzi is multi sensory cooking (as Blumenthal says); you don’t just eat with your tongue but your eyes and other senses. Yes, there are elements of molecular gastronomy involved but (as my review…
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