Chutney Mary reviews
This is a shame, because there are some delicious flavours on offer in some of the dishes. My starter of scallop malabar consisted of ONE, yes one, queen scallop cut in half covered with a nondescript malabar sauce and a curry leaf... and I was expected to pay £11 for it! You are kidding. Couple that with abysmal service and you have a place to avoid. I also removed the service charge but the bill still came to just short of £200 for two courses for 4, with drinks. As I said, avoid!!
by Stuartgoldstone, 11 Oct 2011
by disgruntaled, 14 Sep 2009
This is the memory of our experience of Chutney Mary's. I can't remember what the rest of the food was like. If I want an expensive Indian meal in the S.W. area of London I will be returning to The Cinnamon Club every time as the food, service and experience was far far more enjoyable.
by dysexlic, 12 Oct 2008
We went for the full taster menu and had our breath taken away with each course (for all the wrong reasons). The main currys consisted of ropey old knuckle of lamb, small pieces of chicken in rather unimpressive sauces, and so on. This may have been authentic, but not at these prices!
There are so many better Indian restaurants in London that no-one need go to the trouble of losing in excess of one hundred quid a head for appalling food ever again... (and PS, I've been to Nobu, paid a hell of a lot more and loved every minute of it; the difference was clear - the quality of the food).
by DanL (3 reviews), 22 Aug 2006
by McDanger, 15 Aug 2006
by jennyhurren (10 reviews), 21 Nov 2005
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