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This reputable establishment has a loyal local following in Daryaganj, owing to the fine quality of Indian fare that has stayed consistent over the years, which is its strongest point. Now it opens its doors In Bikaner house which scores top points for its décor that spells, ‘old world charm’ and wonderfully delicious cuisine to match, accented by impeccable service. The dal Chor B’Zar is stewed for 48 hours and served with home churned butter is to die for. My vote, however, goes all out to the delicious ‘Tabak Maaz’ flat lamb rib cuts cooked in spiced milk and then fried in pure ghee till they are dark and crackling. Share your desserts as all are gratifying. End your meal with 'Kahwa', a refreshing tea, fragranced with saffron, spiced with cardamom and afloat with crisp almond slivers served from a silver samovar. The restaurant draws its asset from the vast source of recipes from across the country, achieved over time that enhances flavour and gives distinction.
From the brightly lit sun-flooded modern bistros to colourful quirky restaurants, we have come to the mysterious exotic ambience of ‘Chor Bizarre’. Forget the edgy modern lines of new found pubs, at Chor Bizzare everything is distinctly Indian. The restaurant is an old kid off the block and has been presiding the culinary circle of Delhi for ages. After creating a legendary reputation in ancient lanes of Daryaganj, the restaurant has opened another outlet in the fancy part of town, Bikaner House, Pandara Road. Known for its spectacular authentic Indian menu, the restaurant takes immense pride in its cleverly crafted recipes selection that is handpicked from all over the country. Their menu travels from the highest peaks of Kashmir, wading through the Nawabi lands and end up trotting over the coastal belt. It’s one of those places you take your loved ones to or someone who you want to dazzle.
Chor Bizzare’s menu is its strongest point. You will be able to taste some recipes that have been lost in time and are prepared beautifully by their chef. Kickstart the menu with an array of divine appetizers like, paneer tikka achari, gazab ka tikka, tarami, tabak maaz, jimikand anjeer ke kabab, prawn koliwada, dahi chironji ke kabab, gosht ka soola, rista, purani dilli ki papdi chaat, machhi methi tikka, palak patta chaat, Kashmiri kanti kabab, gobhi koliwada and murgi se pehle. Tackle the curries with a basket of Indian flatbreads smeared in freshly churned butter or a platter of richly fragrant biryani. Tuck into, dal Chor B’zar, nihari gosht, haaq, mutton roganjosh, dum ka murgh korma, khatte baingan, goshtaba, laal paneer, rara gosht and dum aloo.
Entrance to the restaurant is marked by a pair of tall lanterns casting a cheerful glow. As you step inside you will be met with an old world ambience accentuated by the presence of lovely antiques, vintage photographs and old fashioned knick-knacks. The dining room in itself is spacious and charmingly designed to bring in the traditional Indian flavour. If you are a lover of antiquities then you will find Chor Bizzare a delightful set up. There is a certain elegance around the room accentuated by crystal lamps hanging overhead, gilded mirrors and rows of traditional paintings depicting the royal era. You might walk away with a deep hole in your wallet but trust us, the experience will be totally unique and memorable.