Dine in antique style
Chor Bizarre – India’s Restaurant captures the spirit of the ‘Chor bazaar’ or ‘thieves market’ in the heart of Lavasa. It is only at the Chor Bizarre that you can find ‘a little bit of this and a little bit of that....We can be called a gallery, an attic, really clever and quite mad’ - all descriptions that we feel sum up the idea of Chor Bizarre. Part art, part kitsch, part imaginative, part contrived - the interiors of it has been put together keeping India’s finery, frivolity and sheer joie-de-vivre in mind.
With its kaleidoscopic interiors, Chor Bizarre serves authentic Indian cuisine in a unique atmosphere. An Aladdin’s cave of bric-a-brac and fascinating antiques, the resplendent furnishings and décor have been collected from various bazaars of India.
It is said you can travel the length and breadth of India and not repeat the same dish at any meal. Chor Bizarre has collected recipes that it liked from different parts of the country. Chor Bizarre is however, partial towards Kashmiri cuisine and is the only restaurant outside of Kashmir valley that has access to the secrets of ‘Wazwan’ - the ceremonial feast of 36 courses. Chor Bizarre is thus able to offer traditional ‘Tarami’ in addition to other ‘Thalis’ - a sampling of dishes from various parts of India, to make your gastronomic journey complete. Chor Bizarre also serves ‘Tak-a-Tak’ platters, a range of ‘Chaats’ and prides itself on a large vegetarian repertoire. The piece de resistance at Chor Bizarre is the vintage car that serves as a unique salad and chaat mobile supplementing the lavish buffet.