Finally! An exciting delivery menu with tasty food
Restaurant: Foozy
Reviewer: Aalok Wadhwa | 14th February 2016 | Reviewer Rating (Out of 5) 4.00

The number of times I have seen the same clichéd menu on social media or newspaper insert, coming from a new delivery with a different name is not funny anymore. And they all say that they serve “mainstream” food which is much tastier than the others. And then they last 6 months and close down, and the circle continues.

So when Gurgaon Foodie Shivani Manchanda approached me for a formal review, I actually was excited after looking at the menu, wanting to taste everything.  The menu is clearly designed for travelers from around the world and India, and when the food arrives, it is still hot and does not require reheating. Maybe here is the case of over packaging that foozy may need to look at. It takes me a pair of scissors, a sharp knife and deft handling to get the food out of its extensive packaging and yet the rolls come out with paper stuck on them.

Everything that I taste is of a certain quality for which credit goes to the foozy quality control. I have listed the dishes below in two categories – stuff that is excellent and stuff that could do with some improvement.

Starting with the great dishes, French Nicoise Salad (Rs 250) with hard boiled eggs, beans, tomatoes, olives and tuna in a vinaigrette dressing is nice and filling. Corn ‘n’ Mushroom soup (Rs 150) with mushrooms and corn is soothing and comforting.

               French Nicoise Salad                       Corn ‘n’ Mushroom soup

Burmese Chicken Khaosuey (Rs 275) is competently made and flavoured nice. Achari Mushroom Multi-grain Wrap (Rs 175) tastes exciting.

              Chicken Khaosuey                                   Roll packaging

Ratnagiri Style Fish Curry with Kanda Rice (Rs 300) with chunks of fish cooked in Maharashtrian coastal style pungent curry with Asafoetida, coconut and spices is great. Though Kanda rice with it is a mismatch, and a plain steamed short-grained rice would taste much better. Mutton cutlets (Rs 300) come with a stew and are spicy with a good meaty texture and I enjoy it.

           Ratnagiri Style Fish Curry                     Mutton Cutlets with Stew

Now to dishes that could do with some improvement. The Lebanese Pita-Hummus-Falafel Troika (Rs 200) has petite pita served with hummus, babaghanoush, pickled veggies, olives and falafel. While the falafel is expertly made, the hummus proportions are not right, giving it a slightly bitter after taste, and babaghanoush is too boring. The kababs in Lentil Tender Kebabs with Apricot and Mayo Dip (Rs 150) are a bit dry on the palate.


                Mezze Platter                                       Lentil Kebabs

There is nothing even remotely Andhra in the Rustic Andhra Mutton Wrap (Rs 200) and the mutton tastes flat. Yummy Sticky Toffee Pudding with Caramel Sauce (Rs 110) is competent but does not impress.


              Andhra Mutton Wrap                  Sticky Toffee Pudding with Caramel Sauce

The food by and large is great. These are early days and I hope foozy continues to keep changing their eclectic menu to keep it fresh at all times. If they do manage to maintain their quality to what it is now, I am sure, this service will  do just great.

Please note: This review was done on an invitation from foozy to taste their food, and when the food was sent to the author’s home, no bill was presented to the author. While the author assures you of objectivity, the review may be influenced by the extra care and attention the food samples got before being sent for review.

Ratings (Out of 5)

Food: 4.0 | Delivery: 4.0 | Value: 4.0 | Overall: 4.0

Meal for two: Rs.500


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Restaurant Information
Foozy Foozy
Only delivery -
Telephone: view on a map
Opening Hours: 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Average Price: Rs. 400 - 500