Market of Thieves

Trip Start Jul 21, 2006
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Trip End Aug 26, 2006


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Sunday, July 30, 2006

Chor Bazaar, or the "market of thieves," is where we had dinner this evening. The original is appropriately located in Old Delhi, the one in Gurgaon is a very nice replica however.

The Chor Bazaar is called the market of thieves because it is where stolen goods end up for sale. The dining area consists of stained glass windows, a recessed candle wall, a vintage 1927 Austin car (now turned into a buffet), a massage table (aka the salad bar), a vintage 4-post bed (the big party table), and various church pews serving as seating areas. The cutlery didn't match, but was always silver. The plates were ornate, swirling with flowers and paisley designs - obviously the best stolen china anywhere.

The food was phenomenal! Very flavorful and the presentation was extraordinary. I will definitely be dining there again before leaving.
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