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Dishoom - King's Cross

I have had my eye on Dishoom since June when I read in an article it was opening in King’s Cross. I was super happy as the restaurant is only a 5 minute walk from my work place. 1,036 more words

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The best places to eat out in London


There’s more to London than the beautiful palaces, charming monuments and attractive libraries! The city’s culinary trends are gaining impetus on the global platter. Visit London and you will certainly find it all here-from class defining celebrity haunts to simple yet surprisingly incredible eateries. 626 more words

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Dishoom Shoreditch - review 1 Dec

After a meeting with the production team who will be shooting our first ever ‘How to’ video (watch this space!) we were left twiddling our hungry thumbs in Shoreditch. 608 more words

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Q & Eats With April Todd

In the second of our food reviews and interviewing people it fell on April Todd to face the quick fire questions.

April is an award nominated beauty blogger and as well as a great site is one of the most lovely and funny bloggers I’ve met yet. 625 more words

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Restaurant three, Dishoom, Kings Cross

Dishoom – perhaps my favourite Indian restaurant in London – recently announced a branch opening in Kings Cross’ newly created ‘N1C’ postcode district with a two weeks soft launch, where all food and drinks were half-price; this seemed too good to be true… 219 more words

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Just before I started my leave my lovely boss took his two assistants out for lunch at Dishoom. He has been promising us this treat for a while as apparently they have authentic biryani where rice and meat are cooked together in same pot. 88 more words

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Dishoom - Kings Cross

Dishoom! For anyone who’s ever had the misfortune of sitting down to watch a Bollywood film, only to reach the end and realise that their hair has turned grey, their children have grown up and left home, and their pet cat has fossilised, you’ll know that “Dishoom” is the predominant sound you hear as the lone hero clobbers 3,000 villains in a feat of Super-Indian strength. 1,602 more words

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