New age conscious café Fig opens in Delhi’s Malcha Marg. The cafe is an eco-contemporary and conscious food collective that inspires flavourful, healthy, ethical and plant-forward cuisine.
An amalgamation of Japanese design and Nordic lifestyle, the café features a curated menu based on high-quality seasonal produce, ‘farm-to-cup’ specialty coffee, 100% GMO-free meat, cage-free eggs as well as a Parisian style in-house bakery that bakes fresh breads and pastries every morning and evening.
Earth-friendly, Fig offers a smart, environmentally safe, and aesthetically enhanced space for creative inspiration. Responsible practices are at the core of the cafè’s design and operations, including a minimum waste kitchen.
“We’ve very carefully created and crafted every detail of our offerings that makes a meal at Fig a holistic experience. We have 14 chefs with 5 specialist chefs who are experts in their respective cuisines such as Thai, Japanese, French etc. Our pâtissier and Boulanger hold the fort in the bakery,” says Manish Yadav, Founder, Fig.
“We source locally as far as possible, use the freshest of ingredients, use cooking methods that preserve nutrients; we’ve also detailed the café environment to complement the experience – a purifying air system, transient lighting that is automated for efficiency and landscaped interiors across the duplex structure,” adds Yadav.
Fig at Malcha also aspires to stimulate a sophisticated and social coffee culture in the capital. Every cup of coffee at Fig can be traced back to the farmer. “Our goal is to brew outstanding coffee while supporting livelihoods, practicing sustainable agriculture, and making the value of Indian coffees recognised”, says Yadav.