If you’ve been missing some Dishoom in your life, then rejoice, the restaurant is set to reopen its Covent Garden branch.

The Bombay Iranian café has been closed due to a renovation in January but will now relaunch to celebrate its tenth anniversary.

The establishment will be warmly welcoming guests for the soft launch from Wednesday 18 November to Thursday 3 December, before the official opening the following day.

And the good news is that during the soft launch (a preparation stage for the team before the official launch) guests will be offered 50% off food.

Dishoom will be open daily during this time, serving their signature menu of Bombay comfort food.

You can eat breakfast, served early until late, alongside the Indian restaurant’s house masala chai.

Guests can also enjoy Dishoom’s Christmas specials and festive feasts.

But don’t forget, you can only book indoors for groups of up to six people from the same household.

Luckily, Dishoom has outdoor seating so you can get a table and enjoy dinner with people outside of your household. However, these tables can’t be booked and work on a first come, first serve basis.

The restaurant says walk-ins are welcomed but advises booking reservations for busier periods.

The team said it looks forward to welcoming guests to the new-and-improved premises.

The restaurant will pay homage to the Irani cafés of Bombay, whilst also telling the story of the Indian city’s theatrical journey from Parsi theatre to silent film and the thrill of the Talkies era.

Go forth and get your masala chai fix.

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