Cafe with Indian roots opening first Canadian location in Square One in Mississauga

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Published September 3, 2021 at 2:21 pm

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A cafe chain associated with a popular global restaurant brand will soon be opening its doors inside The Food District in Square One in Mississauga. 

Farzi Cafe, a restaurant operated by the Massive Restaurants brand helmed by MasterChef India alum Zorawar Kalra, will be opening its first Canadian outpost in Mississauga in the not-too-distant future. 

According to Farzi Cafe’s website, the cafe concept got its start in London in 2019, just minutes away from Piccadilly Circus.

Kalra, who has been called “the prince of Indian cuisine,” was mentored by Jiggs Kalra–his father and a man sometimes referred to as the “czar of Indian cuisine.” According to Farzi Cafe’s website, the Massive Restaurants brand operates a number of fine dining restaurants around the world, including the Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra, Made in Punjab, Pa Pa Ya, KODE and more. 

As far as food goes, the London location offers small plates and salads, elevated mains such as Tandoori paneer and mushroom butter masala, a vegan menu, Sunday brunch, group menus and takeout. 

The Food District restaurant is slated to open in October. 

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