Welcome to Dishoom, A Bombay style cafe in London with a nostalgic wink to the early 20th century. No noisy, sticky or smelly scenes here though, but rather a sleek London version of what you dream  Mumbai would have been like back in the day.

I have to say I am not a big fan of Indian food (too many bad memories from our trip in India), but I would definitely visit Dishoom again, if only for the decor, atmosphere and great cocktails. Others that can appreciate the food have shown some love for the food as well though, as you can see here.

Dishoom shoreditch is the little sister of Dishoom Covent Garden, founded by Shamil Thakrar and brothers Adarsh and Amar Radia. All new restaurateurs in 2010, with backgrounds in business, they had to “unlearn” some of the business stuff “Sure, labour costs and food costs have to be under control, but it’s actually a business about people and food.” Thakrar told Big Hospitality, “You have to focus on making the experience brilliant”.  Well, we can asure you, it absolutely is.

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7 Boundary Street
London, E2 7JE

Mon-Wed: 8:00-23:00
Thurs-Fri: 8:00-00:00
Sat: 9:00-00:00
Sun: 9:00-23:00