There`s apna own Vikram Chatwal who owns the hippest hotel- `The Times`- in New York. And now there`s Rohit Khattar of Old World Hospitality, which feeds Delhi`s intellegensia at their local `adda`, India Habitat Centre. Khattar can now eat his cake and have the icing on top as well. His `Chor Bizarre` restaurant in London is hogging all the accolades. `Chor Bizarre` has recently been adjudged by Independent as one of the best eating joints in Old Blighty. Quite an accomplishment, considering the restaurant is just over two years old. And more so, when one realises that London boasts some 3,000 Indian restaurants. Indian cuisine is a hit with the Brits. Poppadams, the generic `curry` (which no self respecting Indian cook would even deign to look at, let alone taste), the pilaf, tandoori tikkas- all go down well with the palate of the Brit. No wonder G.K. Noon has made a fortune selling frozen Indian foods to the gastronomically adventurous Poms. What sets Khattar`s restaurant apart from his 3,000 odd competitors is that none of them serves authentic Indian cuisine. Chor Bizarre, by contrast, serves Indian food as genuine as the asli katti roll from Karim`s in Old Delhi! Food apart, the ambience and the dÉ©cor are also typically Indian. Khattar periodically organises art and cultural events, much to the delight of the vast, culturally starved Indians. `Chor Bizarre` is now the official hotspot not just for London based NRI`s but for visiting Indians as well. Film maker, celebrity chef and full time foodie, Ismail Merchant regularly throws parties there and if he returns to sample the delights of Chor Bizarre, then you can bet your bottom pound, the food is excellent.About his future expansion Khattar says that he has plans to open four more restaurants in Delhi and a big project in Mumbai.Time for more lip smacking delights!