Dishoom, King's Cross

Dishoom

From Bombay with love

For most, Dishoom needs little introduction. This popular Indian eatery has been bringing a taste of old Bombay to Londoners for over a decade, and still, diners queue rain, hail or shine to get a table.

Dishoom, King's Cross
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5 Stable St
London N1C 4AB

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Dishoom, King's Cross

The food at this all-day Indian joint is phenomenal
Erin Florio, Condé Nast Traveller

Christmas at Dishoom

If you haven’t enjoyed a Christmas at Dishoom before, you absolutely must! Get the family together, round-up your friends or bring your office down and enjoy a big, joy-filled festive bash! Expect jolliness and merriment, plus Mulled Brambles and platters laden with delicious food.

Their lavish Christmas feasts will be served for groups of six people or more from 20th November until 24th December. Smaller groups are welcome to order the special festive dishes and tipples, alongside favourites from the all-day menu. Check out the Christmas Feast menu here. Make sure to book now!

Dishoom Xmas Menu, Turkey Raan
Dishoom, King's Cross

Breakfast at Dishoom is a real treat and the now-legendary Bacon Naan Roll is a great way to start your day. Or if you’re really hungry, The Big Bombay is the Dishoom twist on a fry up.

The all-day menu features a signature mix of traditional Parsi appetisers and Southern Mumbai street food. House Black Daal, Chole Puri, Chicken Ruby and Spicy Lamb Chops are all firm favourites. For every meal served, Dishoom donates a meal to a child who would otherwise go hungry.

Housed in a Victorian warehouse, the decor takes inspiration from the railway cafés of old Bombay, with retro artwork and vintage 19th-century furniture adding a glorious sense of nostalgia. Set over three floors, there’s a mezzanine and loft overlooking the open kitchen and a 1930s speakeasy-style cocktail bar in the basement. Here the “daru-wallah” mixes some wonderful concoctions in the dimly lit space.

The outdoor seating section – or verandah, as Bombay natives would say – is at the restaurant entrance on Stable Street.

Dishoom, King's Cross
Dishoom, King's Cross
Dishoom, King's Cross
Dishoom, King's Cross
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