A modern Indian bistro, Farzi Café started in 2014 with the aim to bring Indian cuisine back in vogue. The brand has constantly reinvented itself by seamlessly combining culinary art with modern presentations and cooking techniques, showcasing innovative adaptations to offer the finest modern day cuisine to patrons.
The brain child of Zorawar Kalra, the managing director of Massive Restaurants, Farzi Café offers a quirky yet epicurean experience where you enjoy gourmet food , catch up with friends or simply spend some time away from the craziness of your day-to-day lives. “With live gigs and performances by international artists every few months, Farzi Café offers a unique dining experience amalgamates innovative, progressive cuisine with high energy ambience,” Kalra says.
Having taken the franchising route in 2015, Farzi Cafe currently operates with five operational and eight under-fitouts. The plan is to open 20 new franchisees in the next 12 months. Under the Massive Restaurants’ banner, Farzi Café is also aiming to introduce top food and beverage brands in the world in the next five years’ time by establishing a brand presence in all the major cities of the world. “We plan to achieve it by opening a large number of franchisee stores in Tier II cities India and around the world, apart from the company-owned restaurants,” adds Kalra.
- Total outlets: 11
- Investment: Rs 4 - 6 crores
- Area: 3,500 sq. feet
- Expected return on investment: 30%
- Expected breakeven: 18 - 24 months.