Dishoom_Shoreditch
Cuisine: Indian
Price:    pound pound_grey pound_grey
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Verdict based on 4 critic, 1 blogger and 0 user reviews and awards
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Address: 7 Boundary Street, London E2 7JE

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7420 9324

“Bombay café” serving a range of small plates alongside grills and biryanis. The Shoreditch branch (another one can be found in Covent Garden) includes a bar called The Permit Room, in reference to prohibition-era Bombay.

Latest reviews of Dishoom Shoreditch

London Magazine

Olivia Palamountain, London Magazine

14 May 2013

The chef’s special of leg of lamb marinated in spices then flame-grilled and shredded is added to our order as a must – and with good reason. Slathered in fresh lime, it’s fresh, lean and perfect with the slaw and classic raita…

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Andy Lynes, Metro

7 February 2013

I’ve come to try the chef’s Shoreditch special of lamb raan bun. The meat is marinated in chilli, garlic and ginger, slow cooked with spices then hand-pulled and served in a soft sourdough roll (it’s also served as a whole leg for two to share). It’s the Indian version of the sort of pulled barbecue meat buns you find at places such as Pitt Cue Co and it’s delicious…

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Grace Dent, Evening Standard

7 December 2012

In truth, all of the dishes I tried at Dishoom were satisfying and interesting, albeit not entirely piping hot or massively authentic. Dishoom’s calamari with a grainy crunchy crumb is excellent…

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Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

26 November 2012

And my favourite item overall was some chunks of lamb boti, pink and tender and covered in a complex spice mix that if perhaps slightly too salty still had just about enough going for it to be worth the £8.50…

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What the Critics say

London Magazine

Olivia Palamountain, London Magazine

14 May 2013

The chef’s special of leg of lamb marinated in spices then flame-grilled and shredded is added to our order as a must – and with good reason. Slathered in fresh lime, it’s fresh, lean and perfect with the slaw and classic raita…

Read full review »
andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

7 February 2013

I’ve come to try the chef’s Shoreditch special of lamb raan bun. The meat is marinated in chilli, garlic and ginger, slow cooked with spices then hand-pulled and served in a soft sourdough roll (it’s also served as a whole leg for two to share). It’s the Indian version of the sort of pulled barbecue meat buns you find at places such as Pitt Cue Co and it’s delicious…

Read full review »
Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

7 December 2012

In truth, all of the dishes I tried at Dishoom were satisfying and interesting, albeit not entirely piping hot or massively authentic. Dishoom’s calamari with a grainy crunchy crumb is excellent…

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Time_out

Guy Dimond, Time Out

31 October 2012

Sit in the basement dining room and you can watch the Indian chefs at work. Our seekh kebabs arrived well spiced, the minced lamb juicy, served piping hot from the grill. Many more distinctively Bombay dishes are on the menu, including bhel (a spicy puffed-rice snack) and pau bhaji (spicy vegetables in a bread roll)…

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What the Bloggers say

Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

26 November 2012

And my favourite item overall was some chunks of lamb boti, pink and tender and covered in a complex spice mix that if perhaps slightly too salty still had just about enough going for it to be worth the £8.50…

Read full review »