My husband and I initially thought that "Chambar" was a play on the words "champagne" and "bar". It actually refers to the second holiest city, after Mecca, and means "vibrant". This, for me, explains the exotic flavours infused in some of the dishes, like the curried fish, and the popular Tajine d'aziz a l"agneau.
I cannot wait to try their other dishes, as I have only sampled the foie gras, lamb and veal and squid dishes. Not only were they flavourful, they were presented beautifully. For dessert, we devoured the "deconstructed tiramisu" in a second. Enough said.
Going back to our initial guess that Chambar was a champagne bar, it might as well be. Jason, their sommelier, is a passionate wine and champagne specialist, who indulged us in pairings that were spot-on.
Exciting dishes, crisp service, and the "vibrant" ambiance place Chambar in a league of it's own.
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