Chor Bizarre, Delhi
4/15A Asaf Ali Road
Tel: 91 11 2327 3821
Concierge.com's insider take:
For a truly northern Indian experience, head for Chor Bizarre, on the edge of Old Delhi (other branches have opened in the newly fashionable suburb of Noida and in London's Mayfair). Chor Bazaar means "thieves market," and the chef has indeed plundered dishes from across India. Who knows where the management got the 1927 Fiat, parked in the center of the restaurant, from whose interior Bombay street snacks (chaat) are served? The highlight here is the Kashmiri thali, a set menu that changes daily, depending on what produce is available from the market, and that is named after the brass tray on which it is served. With an advance request, the restaurant will also prepare wazwan, a 40-course feast.
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The food at Chor Bizarre is impressive and so is their service. more