About BiBi

About the restaurant

BiBi, which means ‘the lady of the house’, is the brainchild of chef Chet Sharma. It is a modern restaurant serving chaat and grills perfect for sharing.

BiBi embraces the full multicultural span of Indian cuisine, while also drawing on the years Sharma has spent cooking and sourcing ingredients for some of the most esteemed Michelin-starred restaurants in the UK.

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About the menu

Our constantly evolving menu is contemporary and approachable but with recognisably Indian flavours that would have been enjoyed by Chet’s paternal and maternal grandmothers (bibis), who played a key role in his culinary identity.

Dishes combine the best produce from both the UK and India, for example an Orkney Scallop might be served ceviche-style with Kaji lemonade that is reminiscent of nimbu pani, a fresh lemonade enjoyed across the subcontinent.

The menu comprises five sections – bar snacks, chaat, sigree, sides and desserts – and is accompanied by a drinks list which also plays homage to the flavours of Chet’s heritage, and a selection of wines from both the Old and New worlds. At lunch, we serve an a la carte selection whereas every evening, we exclusively serve our Chef’s Selection.

About Chet

Chet’s culinary intrigue, coupled with his academic and scientific interests, have made for an impressive and expansive career in hospitality.

During his university studies, which ultimately led to a PhD in physics from the University of Oxford, he worked part time at a number of London’s leading Michelin-starred restaurants, including Benares and Locanda Locatelli. After discovering a passion for hospitality, he went on to work at two Michelin-starred Mugaritz, Simon Rogan’s Umbel Restaurant Group, two-starred Mark Birchall’s Moor Hall, and the late, also two-starred, The Ledbury.

In 2017, Chet moved to become Group Development Chef at JKS Restaurants – with whom he eventually opened BiBi in September 2021.

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