Taking up a plot inside the swish, new Paradise complex, this latest venture from the now nationally-renowned Dishoom will be opening its first Birmingham restaurant this spring.
The eighth eatery from the Bombay-inspired brand will be weaving a location-specific narrative throughout its One Chamberlain Square restaurant, starting with the interiors which tie together Birmingham identity as 'the city of a thousand trades' with Bombay's own connections to trade and markets.
Taking you from morning to night, there's the infamous breakfast naan that goes perfectly with a chai tea, as well as, the much-loved house black daal, okra fries and garlic naan. There will also be a Brum-only chef's special in the form of the mutton chaap korma, which offers marinated mutton chops in a rich sauce, accompanied by a khamiri roti.
And to wash all that down? Alongside their habitual range of Indian-inspired sips being served up in the Permit Room, they'll have another local special in the Bombay Mule, for those who like their Johnnie Walker Black Label infused with chai spices and lengthened with ginger beer and grapefruit bitters.