Chor Bizarre encapsulates the spirit of the Chor Bazaar or "thieves market " and is dedicated to serving authentic Indian cuisine in a unique atmosphere straddling all regions of India, each dish is paired with two wines by Charles Metcalfe. The menu has a unique vegetarian selection too. Having picked up numerous accolades over the last 10 years, Chor Bizarre has become a virtual ambassador for the best that India has to offer. All chicken and lamb is halal.
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16 Albemarle StreetMayfairLondonW1S 4HW
The food is decent, the decor is stunning and service is fine in an obviously upmarket locale. But the pricing and portion sizes of this place is grating on the nerves. It feels a bit preposterous to have to pay something like £8-9 for a mango lassi which is the opposite of innovation and cutting edge when it comes to Indian fare. Happy to pay that kind of premium for something that is...more
Ate dinner here at about 7:30 on a Saturday night. We had been here previously many years ago and remembered the food. At 7:30 we were the only ones there but it quickly filled up between 800 and 830.
Food was great, service was very good with welcoming atmosphere. We shared the vegetarian sampler as a starter and what a treat. The broccoli and the paneer are not to be missed.
I've only been to Chor Bizzare once and I have to say, I wasn't impressed with both the food or the service.
My boyfriend and I had heard about it as being slightly 'different' from your typical Indian restaurants and being Indian ourselves, we were intrigued and decided to try it out.
When we got there the decor was very opulent and decadent, and my first impressions were good.
We sat down...more
Went back to Chor Bizarre for dinner last night...it was even more disappointing than the first time.
Food is unbelievably spicy - despite requesting it to be mild. Overall food was also just okay...
-- PINDI CHHOLE was good but so spicy I couldn't enjoy it.
-- PAKORAS were pretty good.
-- CHICKEN (can't remember the exact name) was good per my husband.
-- NAAN was dry and unflavorful.
I had a great time at Chor Bizarre with a former colleague who likes to visit this restaurant every time he is in London. He is an expert in everything Indian so I let him order, and we ended up with quite a few dishes that were all really amazing. Here is what I can remember after a quick perusal of the online menu:
--Bhuna Batair (£ 16.50) - this Tandoori roasted quail really stole the...more