Here’s what to expect when Bombay café Dishoom opens a new restaurant in Birmingham early next year.
Dishoom Birmingham will open in spring and will be located at One Chamberlain Square, part of the massive Paradise Birmingham redevelopment.
The restaurant will pay homage to the old Irani cafés that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay.
These cafés – opened by Zoroastrian immigrants from Iran – broke down barriers by bringing people together over food and drink.
Dishoom Birmingham will be inspired by these cafés, but will have its own distinct story – exploring the parallels and connections between Bombay and Birmingham, both vibrant commercial centres.
Executive chef Naved Nasir’s menu of Bombay comfort food will be served all day from breakfast-time until late.
Dishes cooked in Hindu, Muslim, Irani and Parsi traditions will all jostle for space on the table and a new chef’s special will be created specially for Dishoom Birmingham.
The restaurant will also have a Permit Room bar, serving Dishoom’s award-winning cocktails, teetotal tipples, chai, coolers and more.
The new Dishoom restaurant will create over 100 new jobs.
Job particulars and application information can be found at www.dishoom.com/careers
You can find out more about the story behind Dishoom Birmingham at www.dishoom.com/journal/introducing-dishoom-Birmingham