Introducing The Dishoom Home Feast

Favourite café dishes now delivered nationwide

The Dishoom Home Feast allows you to bring family and friends together at home over a generous selection of our most-loved dishes. Curated as a love letter to Chef Naved’s best recipes from both our cafés and best-selling cookery book, this all-new kit provides welcome shortcuts to favourite Dishoom dishes – you’ll receive an ensemble cast of café classics, all suitable for dishing up and sharing with family and friends.

Skilled Dishoom chefs will take care of most of the preparation, leaving only the final stages for you to finish at home. Your feast will be on the table in well under an hour, and success is practically guaranteed – minimum effort for maximum reward! 

Just follow the simple instructions and you will soon be tucking into House Black Daal, Mattar Paneer, Lamb Sheekh Kababs, Murgh Malai, Bhel, Kachumber, Tawa Rotis and Gulkand Mess to finish. All accompanied by a creamy and refreshing Mango Lassi. You may also upgrade your kit to add a bottle of Int3gral3 natural sparkling wine to complement your meal.

Also included is a fetching Dishoom tea towel (which we hope you will use for years to come) and a generous helping of our signature Kabab Masala, a welcome addition to many a home-cooked meal.

The Home Feast is positively bountiful for two, ample for three, and can easily serve four if you add a little rice. Orders are available with nominated day delivery.

Prepared with love by Dishoom chefs, kits are delivered nationwide* before 10pm on your chosen date. For every kit you enjoy, we donate a meal to Akshaya Patra.

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A little more detail on the Home Feast ...

House Black Daal –  A labour of love, cooked for over 24 hours for dark, rich, deeply-flavoured harmony. Allow us to take care of that rather hard work. Simply heat up and enjoy.

Lamb Sheekh Kababs – Succulent, tender lamb mince marinated with green chilli, coriander and cumin ready to be skewered and delicately charred under the grill.

Mattar Paneer – A steadfast, humble and delicious vegetarian curry with a rich tomato base, sweet peas and mild Indian cheese. Warm your heart with its heartiness.

Murgh Malai – Finest chicken thighs, richly marinated in a mildly spiced blend of garlic, ginger, coriander, cinnamon, cardamom, turmeric and a little cream, primed for grilling.

Kachumber – Whole tomatoes, cucumbers and onions ready to chop and mix with coriander and lime juice for freshness and crunch.

Bhel – A tempting delicacy, and sunset snack of choice on Chowpatty Beach. Puffed rice, peanuts, Bombay Mix and nylon sev tossed with fresh pomegranate, tomato, onion, lime, tamarind and mint – cold and crunchy, light and lovely. 

Tawa Rotis  – Three dough balls artfully handmade with wholemeal atta flour ready to be rolled out and gently browned. Lighter than a naan, these will counter the richness of your Home Feast nicely.

Gulkand Mess – Strawberries in rose syrup, muddled with fresh cream and meringue. Sweet, indulgent, sublime.

Special extras

Kabab Masala – The house spice mix that finishes many a Dishoom dish. Savoury, spicy and a little sour. A generous helping to use for this feast and many more to come.

Teatowel – Finest quality organic cotton, with a pleasing "Dishoom Textiles" design. Generously sized, handy for keeping fresh rotis warm, and something you will enjoy using for years to come.

Salted Butter – Milk of renowned quality, churned in the traditional way in Somerset for generously slathering onto your freshly made rotis. 

And to drink...

Mango Lassi – Superior yoghurt blended with fresh mango pulp. Welcome coolness.

You may also upgrade your kit to include a bottle of organic sparkling Italian wine.

Int3gral3 Organic Unfiltered Frizzante Bianco, NV, Trento – A delicious natural wine with just the right body to complement these flavourful dishes. Gently fizzing with lively sparkles and a cloud of white flowers with a dry grapefruit bite. Naturally lower in alcohol (10.5%) but mirth is likely.

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*Delivery area covers the UK mainland (except Northern Ireland), with some exclusions in Scotland and Channel Islands due to the transit time required. Regretfully, no changes or substitutions can be made to this kit. Must be consumed within two days of delivery.

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