Daddy’s Deli, Indiranagar: Parsi Cuisine in Bangalore
… the Parsi owners, Zarine and Nozer Daroga intended Daddy’s Deli to be just that – a deli that dished out sandwiches, subs, and burgers. When they outgrew the Richmond Town property, they shifted to Koramangala, and after a brief and unsuccessful stint there, to their current location in Indiranagar. Along the way, Daddy’s Deli morphed into a full-fledged restaurant serving home-style Parsi food.
The good: it’s a nice place to hang out, the WiFi is free, it’s open 9am to 9pm, and the service is friendly and willing. The Parsi breakfast dishes are apparently a good bet – a friend reported that her kheema-pe-eeda (Rs. 150) was “as good as any I’ve had in Mumbai” and kept her going till her 4pm cuppa. I myself have sampled scrambled eggs and toast (Rs. 75), good; frankfurters (Rs.75), okay; and a pot of tea (Rs. 40), good.
Perhaps, in time, the café issues will be remedied, because it is a fairly new venture, and I do know two things: one, Zarine really takes customer feedback seriously; and two, Daddy’s Deli is one of those family-run businesses that actively wants to do right by its customers.
Until then, stick to the Parsi fare, and you can’t go wrong.
#3289, 12th Main
HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar
Bangalore – 560 008.
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