Review on Chutney Mary
After 25 years in Chelsea, Chutney Mary was re-launched in June 2015 Mary on the site formerly occupied by Wheeler's of St James. The restaurant now sports a chic contemporary décor, complete with Indian artwork and artefacts. A stylish bar is perfect for informal dining and light snacks, together with zingy cocktails.
It provides a luxurious backdrop to Manav Tuli's cooking, which is a carefully honed and creative take on Indian regional cuisine interwoven with ideas from the west. Among the starters look for spiced patties of Gressingham duck with blueberry chutney and the range of emphatically spiced kebabs. Main courses usher in various tandooris and curries including slow-cooked lamb 'osso buco' (the meat comes from Devon), halibut in coconut sauce with mustard and grilled king prawns with yellow chillies.
Vegetarians go well with the likes of stir-fried banana flower with coconut or baby courgette masala, while delectable desserts promise some unusual marriages including mango pannacotta. Service is effortlessly smooth, and the wine list copes well with the complex flavours on the plate.
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Manav Tuli and Uday Salunkhe
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.15pm Mon-Fri (12.00 - 2.45pm Sat & Sun Brunch)
Dinner: 6.00 -10.30 (6.00 - 10.15pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express