6th April 2017
Bombay-style café, Dishoom, is to open in Kensington, its fourth London site – a 7,500 square foot restaurant at Barkers Arcade on Kensington High Street later this year.
Cousins Kavi and Shamil Thakrar opened their first Dishoom restaurant in Covent Garden in 2010, along with the business’ two other founders, Adarsh and Amar Radia.
Its other London Dishoom sites are in Kingly Street, King’s Cross and Shoreditch. It opened in Edinburgh, its first venue outside the capital, last year.
Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar’s Not Really Indian (NRI) restaurant concept is to make its UK debut at Birmingham’s Mailbox retail complex in September.
The new 5,125 sq ft site will be the brand’s first restaurant in the UK, following the original NRI restaurant in Mumbai. Located on Level 1 of the Mailbox, the restaurant designed by Zopsigog will have 180 covers.