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Akuri, or Spicy Scrambled Eggs

Akuri is something I recently discovered at Dishoom, who might as well sponsor this blog. Being the influential public figure and shameless blagger that I am, followed by literally tens of people in third world countries, I’d managed to swing a free breakfast. 673 more words

Currying Flavour

Living in Tooting, I’m not short of authentic and ridiculously cheap curry houses. They are to SW17 what Pret A Manger is to W1. I’d heartily recommend Mirch Masala to anyone. 1,544 more words

Mumbai Times

Dear Deanie,

I am back from my travels! There is so much to share that I don’t know where to begin. I think I will have to take it one country at a time. 528 more words

Restaurant

The top gluten-free restaurants in East London

Being gluten-intolerant in London isn’t such a bad thing. In fact, it’s currently making for some of the most interesting eating of my life. An increasing amount of new restaurants are creating some incredible gluten-free dishes (sometimes deliberate, other times simply for taste). 477 more words

Climpsons

Bombay breakfast at Dishoom

My lovely colleague and I recently had a couple of amazing breakfasts at Dishoom in Shoreditch. Dishoom describes itself as a “Bombay Café”. Persian and Iranian immigrants opened these cafés in Mumbai in the 19th century. 117 more words

Eating

Dishoom, Covent Garden: An homage to Bombay cafes

I knew very little about Dishoom before I visited. But every time I’ve passed it while shopping in Covent Garden, there have been queues spilling out of the doors. 769 more words

Food And Drink