Monday, May 29, 2017


Dishoom has changed a lot since I first visited in 2013? Their popularity gone up so much that they have a few branches now. The wait for the original branch at Covent Garden is ridiculously long. We arrived at 4.30pm and we had to queue for a table!

It was not a short queue to begin with - it is so long that they had to move us to the bar area first before the actual dining table. We hung around for almost an hour and realised people around us had already gotten their tables except for us! Looks like their queueing system is slightly flawed too.

Nevertheless, we enjoyed our bar session, sipping chillitini and beer. Those of you who love chilli, have to try the chillitini! It's tad bit too sweet for me, so I requested for lesser sugar for my second glass.

I've always loved dining in Dishoom. Prices have noticabley gone a little higher, a few pennies for each dish. Staffs are still as friendly as usual. We were so lucky to get a super friendly French guy.

Okra Fries (£4.20)

My favourite okra fries!

Prawn Koliwada (£6.20)

First time trying this and found this to be a very good snack plate.

Chicken Ruby (£8.50)

Raita (£2.90)

Awadhi Lamb (£9.90)

The lamb pieces are buried underneath. It looks rather plain but there are actually generous amount of meat hidden inside!

Despite the shortcomings, I will still recommend Dishoom to everyone.... Still my favourite!

Likes: Always my favourite Bombay food in London, portions are just right for two pax
Dislikes: Reservation system is rather flawed

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
Dishoom's Page
Dishoom on Facebook

Dishoom Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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