Located in the landmark St Martin’s Courtyard development, Dishoom is an unexpected and fresh take on café culture. Its heritage borrows from the cafés, street grills and food stalls of Bombay – such as Britannia Café, Bademiya and Chowpatty Beach. Its setting is inspired by the Irani cafés of old but is very much modern-day London. And just as in Bombay, the informal, bustling and buzzing atmosphere welcomes all.
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12 Upper St Martin's LaneLondonWC2N 4AN
- 020 7420 9320
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
Great food! Nice atmosphere! Friendly service.
Chicken Ruby was delicious, but the Lamb lollipops were amazing. It had wonderful flavor.
Wish we could've stopped by more time than once during our 4.5 days in London.more
Great food, reasonable food prices.
I am just annoyed by the mandatory "queue ; (expensive) bar ; food" trap. It is obviously part of the business model to "suggest you" to have a drink while waiting for a table...more
This was my family's first food destination in London, and thankfully so. The wait wasn't terribly long, but surprising considering we got there shortly after dinner opened (~35 minutes wait). Luckily you get to order appetizers and drinks in their bar downstairs in the meantime. The lamb samosas were quite good to start out with, but only a teaser to what was ahead for our meal.
It wasn't even 5 pm and this place had a line outside already. Granted, this resto is smack dab in the middle of tourist mecca in London, so you really can't fault it for brimming with tourists. With all the accolades it has received at Yelp, Zagat and TripAdvisor to name a few, a long wait here is inevitable.
We got lucky though 'cause we only waited about 45 minutes to get seated (with...more
By and large, London is known for having subpar food considering its status as a world class city. But the one culinary area they universally nail it is Indian food. Dishoom is a shining example of this.
I've had my fair share of different Indian food styles. From upscale concepts to all-you-can-eat lunch buffets less than £10. Dishoom sort of does both. Elevated Indian fare that you'll pay...more