A holistic eating out experience, Chor Bizzare offers to its patrons the perfect blend of excellent décor, great ambiance, finger licking food and an old world charm in the form of superlative service. In addition to being a famous restaurant in New Delhi with sisters that reside as far as in London, this establishment has often also been addressed as ‘an attic’ and ‘a gallery’. A single trip here should be enough for you to understand why.
This kitsch restaurant has worked hard to create an authentic environment that is well complimented with its great food. Without doubt the best Kashmiri Food you will find in Delhi, this restaurant is especially famous among non Indians and NRIs.
Located in the ground floor of Hotel Broadway in Old Delhi, every element that is a part of this restaurant exhibits an old world charm. Staying true to its name sake ‘Chor Bazaar”, every piece of furniture, glassware and knick knack here is for sale. Customers can simply ask the host for a price on the item they like and take back home a piece of memory from the restaurant.
Besides the attention to detail, what impresses the most is the sheer quantity of options one can choose from in the 30+ course Kashmiri Wazwan menu. Wazwan is a multi course meat laden meal that is an integral part of Kashmiri pride. Guests are seated on the floor as per tradition and groups of four can share the meal out of a tarami, a large metal plate. The restaurant is more than happy to organize a full course Wazwan for a group of minimum 20 guests.
Fine food lovers will absolutely enjoy the Kashmiri platter that consists of Haaq (Saag), Roganjosh, Rahma, Gushtaba (hand pounded meat balls), crispy fried lotus stems, Tabak Maaz (Kashmiri Style fired lamb ribs) and Kashmiri Chicken on a bed of long grained rice. Also try the Palak Rishta and Nadru Yakhni. The highlight of the meal can easily be the Mooli Akshrot Dip (radish and walnut) that is served with the main course. A special mention is owed to the Phirni (for desert) and Kahwa, a unique concoction of Kashmiri tea.
The Haaq, is a boiled and non-spiced spinach dish that tastes divine. The Tabak Maaz is essentially a cut of deep fried lamb rib that is marinated in spices. The crispy outer layer of the meat balanced with the extremely soft inner layers of meat and fat make for a treat for your taste buds.
Chor Bizzare offers lavish lunch and dinner buffets at INR 599 + taxes. The restaurant offers a variety of traditional Kashmiri offerings to explore. It is located in Chor Bizarre, Delhi
Hotel Broadway, 4/15A, Asaf Ali Road (Near Delhi Gate)
New Delhi- 110002
Official Website – www.hotelbroadwaydelhi.com/indian-restaurants-delhi.php