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The old Irani cafés have almost disappeared. These cafés broke down barriers by bringing people together over food and drink. Bombay was more open and welcoming for their existence. Dishoom pays homage to the Irani cafés and the food of all Bombay.
Browse the most-ordered dishes on the menu
Some Irani cafés now aim to please with Indo-Chinese fare. A plate of crispy garlic-ginger-soy-chilli-chicken is now a café staple.
House Black Daal
A Dishoom signature dish — dark, rich, deeply flavoured. It is cooked over 24 hours for extra harmony. (Vegetarian)
A steadfast and humble vegetarian curry, the sort that can be found in any good Indian roadside restaurant. Sent with a little garnish to add at home. (Vegetarian)
Tender chicken in a rich silky ‘makhani’ sauce. A good and proper curry redolent with spice and flavour. Sent with a little garnish to add at home.
Chicken Berry Britannia
Tempting and flavourful pot of chicken, ginger, garlic, mint, coriander and rice cooked together in the Kacchi style. An homage to Britannia’s Chicken Berry Pulao, with cranberries.
Khichia & Chundo
A fine, crispy snack, not unlike papad. Dip happily in the spiced chutney made to an old family recipe, from dependable apple, not fickle mango. (Vegan)