Dishoom Brighton

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Dishoom Brighton

Dishoom Brighton offers a menu of Bombay comfort food delivered to your door daily. Providing first-class Indian feasts and the most satisfying snacks and tipples from lunchtime until evening.

a selection of curries laid out on a low table

Brighton is yet to get a physical Dishoom cafe, which are modelled on the turn of the century Irani cafes that bloomed in Bombay in the 1960s. But the delivery kitchen, which operates out of Brighton, holds true to the authentic nature of these cafes, with food prepared by Dishoom’s talented chef-wallas and delivered “from Bombay with love”.

two curries in stone pots with a plate of rice

Dishoom delivers

Working from a kitchen on East Street, Dishoom Brighton delivers a mix of small plates, curries, daal, biryanis, sides and sundries, alongside IPAs and bottled cocktails. All dishes are selected for their ability to endure a little travel and retain their high quality. Dishoom delivers to Brighton and Hove seven days and is available on Deliveroo.

mango and popadoms

The menu has a plentiful selection of vegetarian and vegan options to choose from including small plates, hearty mains, sides and puddings. While there are plenty of dishes that are made without gluten or nuts and other allergens dishes cannot be guaranteed completely allergen free – do check before ordering.

The Dishoom store

As well as their home delivery menu Dishoom has a store from which you can purchase an array of meal kits. Enjoy Dishooms much-loved breakfast Naan Rolls, bottled cocktails from Dishoom’s Permit Room bar, the Dishoom cookery book and the Dishoom LP, “Slip-Disk” (so you can listen to Dishoom in your room).

A bowl of daal with a spoon in it

A top feature on the Dishoom store is their make-at-home Bacon or Vegan Sausage Naan Roll Kits (available with or without Marmalade Mimosas). These are easy to make with simple instructions and contain all the ingredients to make two first-rate breakfast naan rolls at home, alongside a plentiful batch of chai. The kits are for two people and make a super gift to send to oneself or a friend – for a luxurious brunch or breakfast in bed, but equally delicious any time of day.

A table laid with food and chia

Dishoom – doing good

Buying a meal from Dishoom also means you are helping feed a child that might otherwise fo hungry. Since 2015, Dishoom has been working with two charities, Magic Breakfast in the UK and The Akshaya Patra Foundation in India, donating a meal to a child for each and every meal they serve (whether in the restaurants or via delivery or as a meal kit). Since then, Dishoom has provided over 10 million meals to hungry children in both countries. You can read more about Dishoom’s charitable contribution here.

Reviews

  1. Rhys Trussler

    Tried the vegan sausage roll kit – loved it! The sausages were super tasty and it all worked so well together and was very easy to make. Looking forward to ordering a full takeaway soon.

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