It’s no secret that Indian cuisine is one of the richest and most exciting in the world (you might say that’s an opinion, I say it’s a fact and who’s to say who’s right?) and, thankfully, Brampton has no shortage of it.
That said, what city couldn’t use more–and more unique–takes on delectable dishes from one of the world’s most vibrant nations?
If you’re fan of popular Indian brand The Host, you’ll probably be happy to hear that you can now dine at the chain’s latest concept–Firangi.
Firangi, located on Queen Street, is operated by Sanjeev Sethi, the owner and executive chef of The Host brand. While The Host is known for giving traditional Indian fare the fine dining treatment, Firangi serves something a little different (while still sticking to its upscale vibe)–dishes inspired by Indian street food.
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In fact, the website has a fitting quote by famous foodie Anthony Bourdain that reads, “the best food isn’t found in hotels, or homes. It is found in the streets.”
Firangi is meant to be “an experiment as to what an Indian gastrobar can be.” Ideally, the brand new resto will give people a special taste of home and, if they’re not from India, a desire to sample the country’s food for themselves.
As far as the menu goes, diners can try lamb tiffin ($16), a chicken tikka masala wrap ($11), chow mein samosas ($7) and more–much, much more.
Reservations are accepted and the restaurant can be booked for special events and private parties.