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Dishoom- Kingly Street

Dishoom has announced plans for a fourth London outpost.

Hot on the heels of its enormous 250-cover Mumbai-style cafe in King’s Cross, which opened in November last year, Dishoom has announced plans for a fourth London outpost.

The “cool” and “different” chain has chosen shopping hub Carnaby Street for its next venture, just a few doors down from Cinnamon Soho on Kingly Street. 

Over the last 12 months, Carnaby Street has become something of a destination for dining as well as designer labels with the addition of Kingly Court which contains (among others) Pizza Pilgrims, Whyte & Brown, Shoryu Ramen and Wright Brothers.

The new Dishoom, inspired by the old Irani cafés of Bombay, will open at 22 Kingly Street this autumn. It will inhabit a 7,000 sq ft site comprising a bar, restaurant and courtyard serving their signature Bombay breakfast (the bacon naan roll is a must), lunch, afternoon chai and dinner.

22 Kingly Street
London
W1B 5QB

www.dishroom.com 

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