We got our hands on Dishoom's new coveted kit. Just before lockdown kicked in and WFH was the hottest abbreviation, I’d been planning a visit to Dishoom. Not for the mouthwatering black daal or celery-tipped East India Gimlet that I can never resist, but to introduce my partner to the iconic bacon…
Dishoom King's Cross
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Dishoom is bringing fine Indian food to Granary Square
Nestled in King's Cross, Dishoom is housed in a restored Victorian building, with colonial aesthetic mirroring that of twentieth-century Bombay and the traditional Cafe culture. The plot spans three generous floors, awarding Dishoom its grandest of interiors. The main restaurant space is heaped in refined Bombay flavour and feel, with a mezzanine floor overlooking the kitchen so you can watch the trusted chefs work their exquisite talent plating up your dishes. The basement is home to their 'Permit Room', where cocktails are the crowning glory but also where beer on tap makes its first appearance in the Dishoom line.
Dishoom's menu continues to exceed with a signature recipe being created as we speak for the launch of the King's Cross venue. Suiting your dining needs from day to night, the Irani-inspired genius behind the chain still reigns absolute with the curation of this dining den.
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Dishoom King's Cross, Old Granary Square, N1C
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