Busy and buzzy, Dishoom pays homage to the vibrant Bombay cafés of old, with a menu of ‘authentic' Mumbai favourites for today's inquisitive palates. Kitsch vintage ads and Bollywood posters line the bright monochrome dining room, so join the party by ordering spiced potato vada pau or punchy nuggets of skate-cheek koliwada with tamarind dip, before sampling a changing selection of grills, biryanis, curries and breads – all designed for sharing. Recent highlights have included subtly spiced murgh malai, rich mattar paneer and the signature black dhal – decadently creamy lentils scooped up with warm roomali roti. The all-day offer also includes breakfast naan rolls, salads and fabulous lassis (‘India in a glass'), plus decent cocktails in the smart basement bar. Despite the odd complaint about ‘bland' food, Dishoom is ‘fast, exotic and reasonably priced'.
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