Dishoom has arrived in Battersea, bringing their unique and authentic taste of Bombay to one of London's newest and most exciting neighbourhoods.
You will find a handful of popular Dishoom restaurants dotted around the city and beyond. Spanning from Edinburgh, to Manchester, Birmingham and London, fans of Dishoom will know guests can enjoy an exciting, varied menu of breakfast, lunch, afternoon chai, dinner and late tipples.
If you're heading to Dishoom Battersea for breakfast perhaps you will start your day with a freshly baked naan roll, one of Dishoom's most popular signature dishes. Baked to order, by hand, you can choose from a range of mouth watering fillings such as applewood smoked streaky bacon, peppery pork sausage, vegan sausage and egg.
Those looking for a lighter breakfast might go for fruit and yoghurt infused with fresh vanilla pod, or the bottomless date and banana porridge made with oat milk. Drinks include a selection of fresh fruit juices, house chai, cocktails, or perhaps you'll stick with the lastest ground coffee blend.
Main meals and all-day dining options sound equally as tempting, with Dishoom's popular Vada Pau on the menu, a Bombay street food staple made with hot vada potato, chutney and crunchy titbits served inside a soft freshly baked bun.
Other dishes include a nourishing broccoli chili bowl served with dates, lime and honey, and the Dishoom chicken tikka made using the family recipe.
Dishoom also has a good selection of both vegetarian and vegan dishes on the menu. Perhaps you'll start your day with the vegan Bombay breakfast served with homemade vegan buns, or a warming cup of Dishoom chai served with oat milk.
If you're looking to visit Dishoom, diners can walk-in without booking, however a small number of tables are available to reserve. A small number of tables can also be booked for parties of 6 or more.