Chor Bizarre


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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Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD37.91) per diner

£26 to £40

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Chor Bizarre

16 Albemarle Street
Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 42 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Chor Bizarre

2.0 out of 5 25 December 2015
by Ameena D.

Went back to Chor Bizarre for dinner last 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.


5.0 out of 5 4 October 2015
by Ken D.

There is a lot of great indian in the UK, and they do the food, atmosphere, service and personality really well. Go. Great experience and food. Try sharing as much as possiblemore

4.0 out of 5 26 June 2015
by Caitrin O.

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

5.0 out of 5 24 May 2015
by Rudy R.

A fine choice - our best Indian meal in London. First course: Dahi Batata Puri, wonderful combination of flavors and textures - to be eaten in single bites given yoghurt filling. Main course: Methi Murgh, succulent chicken dish best enjoyed with saffron rice and raita. Pindi Chhole, a good vegetarian choice but, to contrast better with chicken dish, would order Saag Paneer next time....more

4.0 out of 5 8 February 2014
by Jason G.

My partner and I went to Chor Bizarre for lunch one day, and overall, I felt that it was very good Indian food, but felt a little tricked by the waitress. We were walking around Mayfair and ask the concierge at the Athenaeum Hotel for some good Indian food in the area, and he recommended this place. He called ahead, though that wasn't really necessary because the place was empty for...more

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