Kutchi Deli Parwana is the second chapter to the Parwana story. At the heart of Kutchi, meaning nomad or gypsy in Farsi, is a story of migration and new beginnings. Run by the children and partners of Parwana owners, Kutchi reflects a traditional sense of Afghanistan while embracing a chapter of change that brings with it new opportunities.
Lunch time diners will be treated to the rustic flavours of Afghan style street food in the heart of Adelaide’s East End. All the while, Kutchi seeks to preserve the spirit of hospitality, gregariousness and generosity that underpins a meal in Afghanistan.
Long before leaving Afghanistan and migrating to Australia as a family in 1987, and long before opening the doors to Parwana in 2009 – history, knowledge, ingredients, rituals, moments and migrations were melding together to crystallise Parwana into being.
At the centre of the ancient Silk Roads, Afghanistan witnessed the ebb and flow of the exchanges that underpin the human story. The cuisine shared at Parwana is infused with this story of inextricable interconnections – merging together a bricolage of ingredients, flavours and rituals to offer a culinary experience that is as old and familiar as it is new and unique.
These ways were passed down ancestral chains to Farida Ayubi, the chef of Parwana and family matriarch. Surrounded by elders who encouraged her intrinsic love for cooking, as a child, she watched and absorbed these ways of old, forging a keen instinct for the art of the cuisine.
Open Monday - Saturday 11:30am - 3pm
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