Chutney Mary is the original contemporary Indian restaurant, responsible for re-defining quintessential Indian cuisine, by bringing together authentic flavours and innovative techniques.
Chutney Mary has moved from Chelsea to St James's Street and is closed for refurbishment at the new location until the end of May.
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73 St James's StreetWestminsterLondonSW1A 1PH
To be honest I was a little disappointed by this place.
I'd been looking forward to coming here for a while since they moved from their original location in Chelsea (which was great). First impressions were good. A doorman opened the door and we were showed to reception to check our coats. The dining room is pretty cool with good ambiance but not as spectacular as I was expecting based on...more
Absolutely fabulous. Been going here for years and never ever been disappointed. Madonnas been to.more
A friend of mine went here and absolutely loved it. She was raving about how great the service was, tasty the food, fabulous the drinks, yada yada yada.
I can only think I went on an off day.
Walking in, I thought it was gorgeous. However, it was a bit strange - being there had been a door guy and everything - that there wasn't anyone to greet us inside. I stood looking around at the bar...more
Good food, very spicy, high prices tho.
We started with the scallops appetizer (3 tiny scallops but very tasty). The venison samosas were full of gamey venison. Tasty and the sauces were good. The spice definitely left its mark with lots of water.
For our main course, we had the prawns with the tomato based sauce. Very spicy as well. The naan was so soft and pillowy but we also felt...more
Had dinner at Chutney Mary last night and my husband and I were suitably impressed!
Ambiance: This restaurant is beautiful and more importantly very clean. I thought it was interesting that children aren't allowed after a certain time, but we were able to fob off the mini-me so it didn't end up being a problem. Also interesting that we had trouble getting a 7:30 reservation, because there...more