Dishoom pays loving homage to the old Irani cafes that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay.
The menu features breakfasts (including the "full Bombay"), lamb raan (the house special), tikka, biryani, chicken and pomegranate salad, masala prawns and great chai.
This content has been supplied by Dishoom Shoreditch
Venue Details & Map
7 Boundary StreetShoreditchLondonE2 7JE
- +44 (0)20 7420 9324
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
Excellent meal.. Didn't know what to expect but definitely not your typical curry in a hurry. Chic dining room, cool vibe. Waitress was super friendly, attentive and knowledgable.
Best description would be Indian tapas. Everything is made to share and super tasty.
Highlights were the chili cheese toast, the lamb kabab and the daal. Would definitely gone back often if I actually lived in...more
I absolutely loved the bacon naan during breakfast! I ended staying for awhile and so I also ordered from the lunch menu. I ate the black daal and it was delightful!
The bacon naan was good, the daal was amazing! You should definitely come for lunch or dinner. This place lives up to the hype!more
Nice food in a unique space, especially pleasant when you're sitting in the "garden" area (glass house of tables at the front of the space with plenty of light streaming through a retractable roof, which they close when the chill of night settles in, or if it begins to rain).
The food is a different from what you'd find at a curry house (and curries are only a very small part of the menu -...more
I wasn't that impressed when I went to the Covent Garden locale for lunch. But I loved the Shoreditch locale for dinner. The space is amazing--even the outdoor line that we waited on to get in. Arriving at 7 on a Thursday with a group of 5 was a 1.5 hour wait. But after 25 minutes and a small complementary Bombay Pimms we were in the bar. They manage how many people can get into the bar...more
What a lovely spot with interesting food. It's not quite Indian - but rather, it's a Persian take on Indian - so you will get some distinctively non-Indian variations on otherwise Indiany food - like cole slaw or raw vegetables (there will probably never be raw veggies in any typical Indian dish!), or use of spices that you don't typically find in Indian cooking. On the other hand, some of...more