|Mon - Wed||08:00 - 23:00|
|Thur - Fri||08:00 - 00:00|
|Sat||09:00 - 00:00|
|Sun||09:00 - 23:00|
|Budget||Great Value (£15 - £30)|
|Nearest Station||Shoreditch High Street|
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Dishoom draws upon the heritage and tradition of these cafés, with our all-day menu paying homage to the food of Bombay. Outside Dishoom Shoreditch, on the Verandah, the serious business of lounging is in progress. People spill out from the shadows, and laze gratefully in the sunlight. Ice cubes clink inside crystal tumblers. Sadly, it wouldn’t be very sensible to have an entirely outdoor Verandah. This is London, not Bombay. Little monsoons occur daily.So we invite you to join us at our lovely, new, indoor-outdoor Verandah at Dishoom Shoreditch. Pleasantly cozy, covered and warmed when the weather is inclement, but not when it’s hot.On any day of the week, breakfast on the Verandah is relaxed, with Bacon Naans, fresh fruit, and eggs served several ways – Omelettes, Akuri or fried sunny-side-up in a naan – accompanied by strong Monsooned Malabar coffee, or endless refills of our very good House Chai.At lunch, different persons may rub shoulders – friends eating, creatives creating, ladies lunching and workers giving up their desks for an armchair (complete with ChaiFi).Afternoons are the perfect time to take tea, perhaps accompanied by one or two small plates, or biscuits from the bakery.And as evening falls, Sundowners – that great Bombay tradition – are served. A Gin Fizz, Madame? Or maybe you’d rather a Julep? Perhaps a Viceroy’s Old Fashioned for you, Sir. It’s a Bombay Pimm’s for me, I think.So – we very much hope you’ll come and indulge in a little relaxed Bombay lounging with us on the indoor-outdoor Verandah, for whatever the occasion might be, and with no heed whatsoever paid to the weather.
This is a far cry from your Indian takeaway round the corner. One trip to Dishoom and the chicken tikka masala is a thing of the past. Reinventing the way us Brits view Indian cuisine, Dishoom offers up sharing dishes from paneers to gunpowder potatoes in buzzing and sepia photographed surroundings till late. Pay particular attention to the pineapple crumble with black pepper, an intriguingly delicious combination that caught us right off guard!