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Chor Bizarre is a bit of an oddity (as the name might suggest) amongst the others. Firstly, it's actually an import from India, where they have two branches specialising mostly in Kashmiri food, which is much milder and more aromatic than the Punjabi style curries we're more accustomed to here, but perhaps somewhat of an acquired taste for most. Chor Bizarre London actually has quite a few Kashmiri dishes on the menu...
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Chor Bizarre is one of Mayfair's hidden little gems. The place has some great history and is coming in to its fifteenth year anniversary. When the restaurant originally opened it was London's first Indian tea bar, it is now known, and established for being the only restaurant in London serving a menu of traditional Kashmiri cuisine. On request, master chefs can be flown in all the way from Indian to cook a 36 course authentic Kashmiri feast, a meal usually cooked for Indian King's...
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Chor Bizarre is one of the strangest restaurants I've been to in London, and the reason for this is the decor.The name ‘Chor Bizarre’ means ‘Thieves Market’ and the restaurant’s interior has definitely been inspired by this. No two tables are the same, chairs and even sofas don’t match each other and the room itself is filled with strangest collection of trinkets and treasures...
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