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Dishoom Bombay Café, London

faded elegance of Bombay's 19th century cafés arrives in London...

Dishoom Bombay Café, London

Covent Garden now has its very own Bombay Café, in the shape of Upper St. Martin’s Lane’s Dishoom, a splendidly authentic space with seriously good food and some very special cocktails...

Back in late 19th and early 20th century, Bombay – now known as Mumbai – was awash with Bombay, or Irani as they were also known, cafés. Opened by immigrants from Persia, the cafés were an essential part of urban living, and carried off a fabulous style of faded elegance thanks to their Brentwood chairs, slowly turning fans, chipped tiling and precarious electrics. Fast forward a hundred years or so, and Covent Garden now has its very own Bombay Café, in the shape of Upper St. Martin’s Lane’s Dishoom, a splendidly authentic space with seriously good food and some very special cocktails, or, ‘tipples’ as they call them. Whether or not you even know what a Bombay café is, if you’re looking for a seriously original dining option in central London, you could do a lot worse than the fabulous Dishoom…

Dishoom Bombay Café, London
Dishoom Bombay Café, London
Dishoom Bombay Café, London
Dishoom Bombay Café, London
Dishoom Bombay Café, London
Dishoom Bombay Café, London
Dishoom Bombay Café, London
Dishoom Bombay Café, London

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