Popular Bombay brasserie resturant group Dishoom are bringing their Indian small dishes to west London.
And it’s fair to say our bellies couldn’t be more excited at the prospect of even more delicious Indian goodness.
If you’ve ever walked through Covent Garden around dinner time you’ll probably have spotted an enormous queue and thought “I wonder what the fuss is about”. Well, it’s the daily queue for Dishoom, and we have to say we can understand why people stand and wait.
Their Indian small dishes and legendary breakfasts – make ours a bacon naan with chilli jam – have taken London by storm, and they’re about to open a fifth London location in Kensington.
It’s going to be located in the art-deco Barkers Building with a design to match – reflecting the style of 1940s India and it should be big enough to fit 200 diners at a time. Hopefully this means there’ll be less hangry queuing and more curry scoffing fun. At the moment it’s all a bit vague, set to open its doors ‘late 2017’. We’ll be keeping our hungry eyes open – in the meantime you can visit Dishoom in Covent Garden, Carnaby Soho, Kings Cross and Shoreditch.
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