DishoomDetails PleaseReopening May 17thDishoom pays loving homage to the Irani cafés that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay. Opened early last century by Zoroastrian immigrants from Iran.Need To KnowHomestyle Indian cooking, buzzy atmosphere, top notch cocktails. Per one of our founding members... "holy sh*t worth the wait it's so good."While you wait, make sure to visit the bar where you'll find homemade, Indian-inspired bitters and peach brandy moonshine.What Our Friends Are Saying The Infatuation: "As for the food, sticking to the regular curry and bread combos would be a mistake. Dishoom has a brilliant list of starters and snacks that are spot-on versions of things that you might actually eat in an Indian home kitchen, and the lamb chops and chicken ruby should be on your table."The Nudge: "It’s impressive without trying to be impressive. Thanks in large part to the dark wood, dim lighting, eclectic vintage decor, cozy corners, shaded outdoor verandah and, most of all, the intimate sharing plates like chilli, garlic and ginger marinated lamb leg; languid mattar paneer and meltingly soft flaky roti for mopping up the sauce."