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.
Venue Details & Map
73 St James's StreetLondonSW1A 1PH
- +44 20 7629 6688
Top 5 reviews of Chutney Mary
Chutney Mary's is an old favourite of all Indian food loving Londoners (& visitors), despite its old Chelsea Address (& basement layout). The new CM in St. James is a great location, very swank, & a terrifically designed restaurant. The decor is beautiful, & they have amazing floral arrangements.
But we're here for the food... which is as good as ever!
Venison samosas: amazing (nice &... more
Chutney Mary was a recommendation we had gotten for our recent trip to London, and since we haven't eaten as much Indian as I would have liked in our past trips here, we decided to stop by for a Christmas Eve lunch. We were the first folks in when we came shortly after noon, and even by the time we had left 1.5 hours later, the main dining room had a handful of tables filled at most, with a... more
So amazing. So worth the price. The restaurant is gorgeous, the staff is knowledgeable, efficient and very helpful. The cocktails are unusual and very tasty. The food is the real star of the show. The food is remarkable, truly remarkable. The venison samosas were an explosion of flavor from the first bite. Spicy and flavorful and the sauces just added to the intensity. I had a lamb dish that... more
We were originally planning to go to Dishoom; but, we were running a little late and didn't want to wait in the long line so we opted for Chutney Mary around the corner from our office. I was really glad that we did. I've had my share of good Indian food in London and Chutney Mary is at the top of the list.
It is a sister restaurant of another favorite of mine, Veeraswamy. The Indian food in... more
Hi end Indian cuisine in a modern surrounding. A little overpriced and small portions but the food is excellent and full of flavour. Staff were a little snooty on the phone and in person. Had a reservation and showed up on time but needed to wait a bit for the table. We all enjoyed the food, but I must say that I prefer the more hole in the wall kind of Indian places.
Samosas were... more