Monday, January 4, 2016


Some photos from my favourite Bombay style cafe in London. 

Mango & Fennel Lassi (£3.70)

It is reasonably priced, especially when it's in central. Bill came to about £30 for two?! Without alcohol.

I love Okras (3.70).

 I could have their Okra fries anytime, anywhere!

One of those Grilled Chicken dishes.

Their curries are all so similar I feel I'm a bad curry person. It's all tastes good to me, just with different level of spiciness, different types of herbs and meat. But they are all thick and just delicious.

Chicken Ruby (£8.20)

This thick curry goes really good with bread! Or maybe a Naan!

Chicken Berry Biryani (£8.50)

Kacchi Lamb (£9.50)

Their rice, pretty similar to Iranian rice. Not sure if it's prepared the same way. There are chunks of lamb somewhere in this pot of Lamb Biryani Rice.

Haleem (£16.50)

This porridge textured bowl of Haleem is made from wheat, barley and lentils. Cooked for many hours to be able to see such swift and smooth texture, just like Chinese porridge. But of course the taste is different due to the herbs being used in this dish. It is garnished with fried onions and mint. Sesame onion seed naan at the side to go with the Haleem.

Everything in this place is so flavourful and so good. Portions are pretty small too, and it benefits people like me who loves to eat, order lots of food and need lots of help to finish :P

Dishoom Covent Garden
12 Upper St. Martin's Lane
WC2H 9FB London
United Kingdom
Opening Hours
Mon-Thurs 8am - 11pm
Fri 8am - 12am
Sat 9am - 12am
Sun 9am - 11pm
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