For life's most special mentors

A nurturing presence, neatly packed lunches, and homes that exude warmth – radiating from the walls and from the person within. In uncertain times, we look to the motherly figures in our lives for gentle guidance, affection and life’s most important lessons.

For those looking to show gratitude this Mother’s Day, new curiosities have appeared on the Dishoom Store. We hope to impart a little inspiration as we share gifts to guarantee warm smiles.

For the keenest of cooks – Dishoom Culinary Hamper 

Tempting aromas wafting through the hallway, wildly coloured spices and the hum of happy people as they get stuck into their pot. Consider the first-class Dishoom Culinary Hamper for the mum who loves to cook. Find all manner of café favourites to hone cookery skills.

For the busy-minded mum – Home Comforts Hamper

Even the busiest of matriarchs need a moment of peace. Uplift moods and allow her to be spoilt with a grand selection of our finest calming provisions, including our signature Dishoom Incense and House Chai Tin. All housed in a striking blue hamper. 

For the host who does the most – Dishoom Crockery Set for Two 

There are certain people who take joy in the act of hosting. Delight in creating spaces where laughter echoes off the walls and a feeling of home lingers in the air – settling with the aromas of home-cooked sustenance. Add interest to Mum's next tablescape with a collection of wares for all occasions and fill the table with our floral pattern – speckled with hidden café motifs.

For the mum who’s earned a lie-in – Naan Roll Kits with Dishoom Plates

A breakfast in bed is a treat rarely afforded in busy schedules. Make merry on this special day by welcoming the morning with a crackle of bacon and the gentle rise of fresh naans in the oven. You can elevate the much-loved Naan Roll Kits by serving on two of our finest Dishoom Plates. Choose between hearty Bacon or Vegan Sausage Naan Rolls and look on with glee as your creations shine on our captivating chintz pattern. 

For the mum who enjoys sweet aromas – Dishoom Incense Box 

The familiar scent of signature Dishoom Incense is an ideal way for busy mums to start the day or wind down for the night. Evoke the sense of calm with our gift selection of incense (as used in our café), with matches and a Dishoom-designed wooden holder.

For the mum who can handle the heat – Dishoom Cookery Book and Masala Dabba Tote

It is quite a skill to cook something from scratch. With the Dishoom Cookery and Masala Dabba set, we share the sought-after secrets to our classic dishes, along with a quick-start collection of spices. Perfect for creating Bombay comfort food at home. 

For the mum who seemingly has everything - Dishoom Gift Coins

Each coin is worth ten pounds sterling to be used at any Dishoom café. Minted at the consent of His Majesty’s Treasury and held in a little cloth bag for safe keeping. E-vouchers are also available for instant delivery. 

For other small delights

There is something for all tastes available by way of the Dishoom Store. From toast-worthy cocktails and delectable chutneys to our brand new collection of Dishoom Crockery. All persons may be satisfied.

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Meal kits may be ordered with nominated day delivery, and key dates are filling fast, so make haste. The cut off for Naan Roll Kits is midday, two days before your desired delivery date, and for Feast Kits, midday, three days before. Kindly note, delivery may be made up until 10pm on your chosen day, so we suggest selecting the day before you plan on enjoying them.

For everything else, allow 3-5 working days for delivery. If your loved one is further afield, please do allow 10 days for international delivery.

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We often find it too easy to hurtle through the days, in an attempt to outpace the bustling city – be it London or Bombay – which always seems to be running away like a steam-engine train on a rickety track. Occasionally, it does us good to pause for thought, to disembark the carriage and sit on the platform awhile.

The Art of Hosting, with our friend Kirthanaa Naidu

How does one create a space where people can truly connect over food? How can a host make their guests feel relaxed, at ease, and suitably cared for? Since launching our all-new Dishoom Crockery, we have been pondering the answers to these questions even more than usual. We recently discussed them with Creative Director - and frequent dinner party hostess - Kirthanaa Naidu when we invited her to create a first-class tablescape in our Canary Wharf café.


Each year, the spring equinox – when day and night are equal length – marks a transition in earth’s relationship with the sun. This event, sacred to many cultures throughout history, today thrives as a new year celebration for hundreds of millions.
In Bombay, London, and throughout the South Asian diaspora, you’ll find many folks of the Zoroastrian faith (amongst others) celebrating this new year, or Navroz as we like to call it.

A special recipe from Chef Rishi’s mum

With parents hailing from Punjab and Rajasthan, growing up, our Head of Research and Development-walla, Chef Rishi Anand had access to the flavourful foods from both states. “One of the reasons I am a chef today is because of my mum’s food and my dad’s love for food. Both of them loved to cook and, importantly, they loved to feed mouth-watering dishes to those around them”, he says.