Please note that on account of the Republic Day, we are closed for dinner on 22nd January and lunch and dinner both on 25th January. We will resume normal operations from 26th January onwards.
Chor Bizarre brings authentic Indian cuisine in a setting that is unabashedly Indian. Our chefs have endeavored to stay true to the actual origin of each regional dish, honestly recreating flavors that one would normally associate only with home cooked food of that region.
Part art, part kitsch, part imaginative, part contrived, the interiors of Chor Bizarre have been put together with India's finery, frivolity and sheer joie de vivre in mind. From furniture to fabrics, pearls to periodicals, carpets to cutlery... with antique tables as counters for coal irons, colorful street food vendors, grandfather clocks jostling with stereos, bangle sellers and old jewelry sharing space with auto parts, it captures the spirit of India in all its eclectic irreverence. In our restaurant, "nothing matches" yet "everything gels".
Chor Bizarre – A play on the phrase Chor Bazaar, or Thieves' bazaar... The best Kashmiri food in India can be found here...
- The New York Times
Chor Bizarre is the complete eating out experience - great décor, distinct ambiance enhanced by assorted Hindi 50's music, wondrous cocktails, superlative food, charming 'Old World' service...
- The Economic Times
The pragmatic and colorful menu boasts of recipes collected from different parts of the country. It also offers a traditional 'Kashmiri Tarami' and 'Wazwan' - the legendary ceremonial feast of 36 courses.
We also serve tandoori platters, a range of chaats and pride ourselves on a large vegetarian repertoire.