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
This is a great, great Indian restaurant. It's pricey, but well worth it. We had some curries for entrees and a number of appetizers, everything was great. The cocktails are well made. The decor is hip and very nice. The service is efficient but could be a little more personable, thus the 4 star rating. It felt like our waiter was trying to take our order as fast as humanly possible...more
A wonderful, beautifully decorated, inviting, friendly, yet upscale Indian restaurant. Reservations are necessary, even in the tables in the main entrance room with the bar. I had a vegetarian thali that was just so well-balanced and spiced, though it used more Western ingredients: couscous, broccoli, stuffed peppers, yet carefully marinated in Indian spices, carefully displayed. I'd love...more
Great place if you work near by or want to take a break while touring St. James Park, and/or the palace.
Great service, with friendly staffs. Food was awesome. Had very tender and juicy chicken and lamb. The environment was a bit formal but also kids friendly ( I brought my two kids).
The price is on the high side.more
I'm a huge fan of Indian cuisine and more adventurous and fusion type Indian and was hopeful when I discovered this place.
We started with their signature cocktails and we were excited for the food since the cocktails were good.
We ordered their tasting menu along with the wine pairing. What a huge mistake!
Not only is it not worth the money but the wine pairing was absolutely embarrassing....more
The St James restaurant is a reinvented version of he erstwhile Fulham shop. And how! Chutney Mary comes pretty damn close to what I would call the perfect cooking without stylising. I suppose you will say that that is somewhat debatable, after you've tried the boneless chicken wings starter.
Starters: duck salad, boneless chicken wings, and crab cakes. All excellent.
The biryani at Chutney...more