Restauranteur and Corporate Catering Giant Marzy Parakh along with Parth Dalal and Sarthak Oza, is all set to create a culinary influence in the food industry with their latest venture, The Bombay Havelli. The trio stands strong on their contribution to the society by encouraging people with physical disabilities to be self-sufficient and empower them to showcase their skills in all sections of restaurant operations.
Offering traditional cuisines ranging from Rajasthani, Surti, Kathiawari and Gujarati to modern day Indian & continental cuisines, The Bombay Havelli aims to set exemplary standards of quality, variety and authenticity that would appeal to three generations of a family. One can pick from the lavish spread of dishes like Dal Baati Churma, Panki, Lasanya Batata, Dal Dhokli, Rajwadi Dhokli and many more. The menu also has a range of vegetarian Parsi delicacies such as Vegetarian Dhansak, Sali Paneer, Dhan Dal with Potato Patiya etc. For those who want to indulge into some of the global cuisines, the restaurant offers varieties of Pizzas, Pastas and Nachos. Some of the decadent desserts served at The Bombay Havelli are Motichoor Gulab Jamun Parfait, Jalebi with various choices of Rabdi such Gulkand, Laccha, or Dry Fruits, Batliwala’s Sev Ravo, Singhar Barfi and many more. There is also an array of Parsi soda’s with a choice of Raspberry, Ice-cream, Ginger along with fresh fruit juices, milkshakes and some delightful mocktails to sip on with your meal.
Marzy Parakh, one of the co-founder at The Bombay Havelli says, “The Bombay Haveli will set exceptional standards of vegetarian cuisine and social responsibility in the restaurant industry. Encouraging entrepreneurship amongst the disabled and serving delicious vegetarian regional food is what we aim to do. A significant part of the restaurant’s profits will also be ploughed back towards medical and educational support and other social causes revolving around the upliftment of those with physical disabilities.”
The Bombay Havelli brings to you place for social gatherings, festive celebrations and family outings. As the name suggests, the restaurant bestows a modern touch to traditional antiques. The interiors depict a well-lit modern day haveli with references from olden day Rajasthani havelis having murals, paintings and jharokhas. Being handicap friendly as well as senior citizen friendly, there’s a stair-lift within the premise for the elderly or physically handicapped patrons to get to the mezzanine.