Every city in India has its own special Chor Bazaar which translates literally as Thieves Market. All kinds of wares find their way here with or without the consent of their owners From furniture to fabrics, pearls to periodicals, carpets to cutlery... with antique tables as counters for coal irons, colourful street food vendors, grandfather clocks jostling with stereos, bangle sellers and old jewellery sharing space with auto parts, the "Chor Bazaar" captures the spirit of India in all its eclectic irreverence. This was our inspiration for a path-breaking Indian restaurant located on the crossroads of Old and New Delhi. We coined the name with a pun on the word "bazaar" and "Chor Bizarre" New Delhi was born. One of India's most celebrated restaurants since 1990, in 1997 it opened its doors in the midst of the grandest bazaar of them all Mayfair, London. In 2003, it opened in Noida. And now we bring to you Chor Bizarre, Lavasa.
|Industry||Segment||Investment||Franchise Fee||Space||Expected No of Hours / month||Expansion Location/s|
|Food Franchise||Others||Rs. 1crore-2crore||Rs. No Investment||2000 - 3000||Not Revealed||Delhi|
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