Fodor's Expert Review Chor Bizarre
Delhi's best-known Kashmiri restaurant is also one of its most beautiful, an art deco enclave with a tile floor, a spiral staircase leading nowhere, and antique furniture and mirrors from various chor ("thieves'") bazaars. The bar is all dark wood and stained glass, and the salad bar is a 1927 Fiat roadster. Kashmiri food, which is milder than many Indian regional cuisines, is exemplified by mutton yakhni (in a sauce of yogurt, cardamom, and aniseed) and mutton mirchi korma (in cardamom and clove gravy). Try a tarami platter to sample several dishes, and drink kahwah, fragrant Kashmiri tea.
4/15A Asaf Ali Rd.
Delhi, National Capital Territory 110002, India