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Restaurant review of Fig at Malcha | Conscious indulgence

When it comes to walking the talk, Fig at Malcha, puts its money where its mouth is


Manish Yadav, Co-founder of ‘Fig at Malcha’ makes a very interesting observation on post-pandemic eating habits: “Revenge eating has transitioned to conscious indulgence,” says the owner-restaurateur. “People like to know where the food on their plate comes from, how it impacts their health and even the people, community and the environment around.” ‘Mindful eating’ is precisely the promise and premise at his delightful eatery. This eco-contemporary and conscious food collective inspires flavourful, healthy, ethical, and plant-forward cuisine that melds Japanese design and Nordic lifestyle in a café-curated menu and artsy space. So imagine 100 per cent GMO-free meat, cage-free eggs, a Parisian-style bistro with an in-house bakery that bakes—and smells of—fresh bread and pastries. For those with a caffeine crush, there’s a ‘farm-to-cup’ speciality coffee on offer as well. We recommend the Avocado earth bowl, Sicilian Burrata Salad, Butter Garlic prawns and the Beer Battered fish and chips.