Dishoom, Shoreditch

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LONDON | Dishoom Shoreditch is based on the post-colonial Irani cafes that were popular in Bombay in the 1960s. The decor is light and airy, with an inside space and a lighter covered outside space featuring soft lighting, plants and retro Indian and Persian flourishes here and there. Open from breakfast through to dinner, Dishoom’s menu combines traditional Indian dishes with British influences. Birianis, bhel and pau bhaji share the menu with things like bacon naan rolls and the “Big Bombay” breakfast.

Drinks exhibit a similar influence, with lassis and inspired cocktails providing a range of interesting choices. A nice touch is the chai, which is offered with limitless refills. For breakfast, try the Keema Per Eedu, a Parsi breakfast featuring spicy chicken keema studded with delicate morsels of chicken liver, topped with two runny-yolked fried eggs and sali crisp-chips and pau. Come dinner the dishes to go to are the biriani and the signature black dahl. The spicy lamb chops with black pepper, chilli, cumin and coriander, garlic are also well worth ordering.

If you can’t make it to the Shoreditch location Dishoom also has branches in Kings Cross, Covent Garden and Carnaby Street – there’s even one in Edinburgh now. And if you’re wondering what Dishoom means, it’s the Indian version of the “pow” sound when someone makes contact with a punch in a Bollywood film.

Dishoom

7 Boundary Street
London E2 7JE
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 7420 9324
Email: n/a
Website: http://www.dishoom.com/

Open
Mon – Wed: 8:00am to 11:00pm
Thu – Fri: 8:00am to 12:00pm
Sat: 9:00am to 12:00pm
Sun: 9:00am to 11:00pm

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