Lunch At Dishoom

My Dishoom Experience


Indian food is perhaps my favourite, and having seen and heard so many good things about Dishoom. I decided it was high time I finally got a piece of the action.

Dishoom restaurant food
Dishoom food

Spoilt for choice, I settled on a chicken tikka roll/wrap at Dishoom, which was
really filling. More so than I had expected. A soft wrap is stuffed with richly flavoured chicken tikka pieces. Caressed by a sweet and slightly spicy sauce. Tasty, fresh herbs and salad leaves are piled inside the wrap. This dish also comes with a yummy dishoom plum jam.

dishoom chicken tikka roll
Dishoom tikka wrap
My husband J had the lamb bun at dishoom, which comes with a delicious coleslaw and mini fries.

The tasty coleslaw includes pomegranate pieces, and the mini fries are super tiny. Crunchy, crisp like chips.

Everything comes with three complimentary sauces. A barbeque sauce. Really spicy tomato sauce that I loved, and a green coriander paste. All equally tasty as each other.

The lamb bun at Dishoom is soft, with a generous amount of tender pulled lamb. It's a mild dish, but the flavours are just perfect.

Lamb bun Dishoom
Dishoom pulled lamb bun
Dishoom have a nice lengthy menu so I'll definitely be back for more - and I can't wait!

Everything at Dishoom was so delicious.  Including my tasty mocktail, which consisted of intensely flavoured passion fruit juice with mint and soda water.

The service we received at Dishoom wasn't so good though. Quite rushed.

Dishoom is a casual, dress down place. However you wouldn't look out of place dressed up on an evening visit.

Are you a fan of Indian food? Check out the Indian food tour that I recommend doing in London




What Was Amazing?

The quality and flavour of the food. The menu at Dishoom which leaves you spoilt for choice.

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Important Disclaimer
This is a review of Dishoom. Dishoom is an Indian restaurant with multiple chains in London. This review is about the Shoreditch branch of Dishoom. East London. The menu at Dishoom consists of meat. Vegan. Vegetarian. Gluten free and dairy free. Information on the Indian menu at Dishoom was correct during the time of visit and at the time of this post. Dishoom is described online as "Indian menu in hip Bombay-style cafe. Dishoom is an Indian cafe/restaurant chain initially based in London, England. The first cafe opened in Covent Garden in 2010. As of 2018, there are seven cafes open around the United Kingdom, with locations in London, Edinburgh and Manchester." Further details taken directly from the Dishoom Shoreditch restaurant website are as follows : Telephone : 020 7420 9324 Hours of Operation Monday to Thursday: 8am to 11pm Friday: 8am to midnight Saturday: 9am to midnight Sunday: 9am to 11pm Bank holidays: Open as usual
Christmas Eve: Closed from 5pm (last seating 4pm) Christmas & Boxing Day: Closed New Year's Eve: Closed from 8pm (last orders at 6:30pm). The photos of food in this blog post are originals, which were taken at Dishoom London. Along with any text and personal opinions about Dishoom restaurant, service and Dishoom menu are copywritten by said owner of www.gonesunwhere.com. The photographs and text on this blog must not be copied. Distributed. Sold or printed without prior written consent of this travel and lifestyle blog owner. Contact site owner for more details.

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