Chor Bizarre, Mayfair, London
A strong dash of eclecticana pulled off with imaginative flair, much-feted Chor Bizarre at Albemarle Street, Mayfair, offers a distinctive ambience. Inspired by the 'Thieves Market', a market unique to most ancient Indian cities, no two table settings are alike, no furniture is similar, yet a strange whimsy draws it all together.
Chor Bizarre - India's Restaurant completes fifteen years this year and in honour of the occasion, its fabulous interiors have been given a brand new makeover and are now as resplendent as ever. The gorgeous furnishings and rich décor are a collector's delight, sourced from the various bazaars of India and tastefully arranged to please the eye. Vintage furniture, antiques, innovative touches such as a canopied old world four-poster for seating, combined with old world memorabilia and heritage fabrics, create an arresting landscape for an unforgettable meal.
It's not surprising that Chor Bizarre, the London branch of New Delhi's eternal favourite, has been adjudged 'One of the 50 most romantic places in the world' and included 'amongst the Top 10 Restaurants in London for Fun and Atmosphere' by The Independent, as well as 'The best North Indian Restaurant in the UK' by The Cobra Good Curry Guide.
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