June 2017: Now open Sundays, with brunch and live music.
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In its “lavish and beautifully decorated” St James’s home for over two years now, this “very glam” relocated stalwart (which for over two decades was on the fringe of Chelsea) remains one of London’s foremost ‘posh’ Indians, serving “brilliantly spiced” contemporary cuisine, plus “fantastic cocktails” (“the Pukka bar is great for a clandestine drink”).
“I needn’t have been apprehensive about the move from the King’s Road!” – this re-located Indian stalwart (in its new “grown-up” St James’s premises for over a year now) continues to delight its large fanclub with its “exceptional, deeply flavoured and superbly textured” cuisine.
Moved this year from its long-standing Chelsea home to a “wonderfully decorated” new site in St James’s, this renowned Indian seems to have transported well – the new location is “lovely”, as is the “superb, fragrant and subtle” cooking, and all-in-all it’s “expensive but worth it”.
Chutney Mary’s rebirth in suave and stylish St. James's brings together an exotic Champagne and cocktail bar with a glamorous restaurant famed for its innovative contemporary Indian cuisine and superb service. We are now open for lunch & dinner.
Chutney Mary offers two sensational private dining rooms, with an extensive menu of options to cater for private celebrations, discreet lunches and dinners or business events of all kinds
Chutney Mary Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Well spiced cooking with first class ingredients."
"First visit for many years and never been to its new location. Had really enjoyable experience. Delicious flavours and interesting choices. Will return."