Welcome to Rustom’s

Rustom’s offers the only true-blue Parsi dining experience in New Delhi. Shifting homes from the hustle and bustle of busy Adchini, the restaurant now manages the canteen of the iconic ‘Delhi Parsi Anjuman’ on Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg. Formed in 1925, the DPA today owns and maintains the Mengusi Parsi Dharamshala (rest house), the Bhiwandiwalla Community Hall which houses books on Zoroastrian history and culture.

Caftering & Events

Ink & Knives Catering from the team behind Rustom's, now also caters to corporate events, wedding parties and house gatherings with personalised menus spanning various cuisines and of course delicious Parsi bhonu

Our Story

Just like its first outpost, Rustom’s at the DPA will be an intimate dining space in the heart of Central Delhi, that promises to give you a glimpse into a traditional Parsi home, complete with authentic home-cooked food and recipes that have been passed on from generation to generation. Rustom’s showcases Parsi delicacies beyond the popular favourites—Dhansak and Salli Boti—focusing instead on the rich culinary diversity of the cuisine.

Revisiting old favourites and forgotten recipes and introducing diners to some of the lesser-known Parsi delights is what the menu is all about. While meat lovers will enjoy the community’s affinity towards meat and egg-based dishes, we have ensured that vegetarians are not alienated with our focused and researched approach to meat-free dishes. New menu additions include an emphasis on showcasing and reinventing traditional treats found at local Bombay cafes along with a smattering of street eats and club food.

Craving a Chilli Cheese Toast, Frill chicken cutlet Pao or Bombay Grill Sandwich that hits all the right spots and packs a spicy punch? We’ve got you covered. For our child-at-heart guests we’ve got some jam thumbprint cookies and mawa cakes that will leave you longing for your childhood. Our Parsi love for eggs has not been forgotten either. With indulgent Akoori made three ways with mutton boti, chicken and the classic way; Parsi masala omelettes, breakfast sandwiches and Parsi crepes, you’ve got an all-day-breakfast fit for an Irani wrestler. So do drop by for a hearty lunch or just for a cup of Parsi chai or freshly brewed Blue Tokai Coffee and a side of Maska Pao.