Dishoom to open third site in King’s Cross

By Lauren Houghton

- Last updated on GMT

This third Dishoom site will be located on Stable Street by Granary Square
This third Dishoom site will be located on Stable Street by Granary Square
The team behind Bombay Café in London Dishoom is launching its third permanent site this autumn in London’s King’s Cross. 

This third Dishoom site will be located on Stable Street by Granary Square and is the group’s biggest restaurant yet, measuring 9,000sq.ft in size. It is also the largest restaurant to open at King’s Cross so far. The restaurant will be situated in a heritage space called the Stables which was originally used to house horses.

Dishoom founder Shamil Thakrar said: “We’re so pleased to be joining this iconic development at King’s Cross and our new restaurant will be as unique as the environment that we’re moving into. We love the rich history of the area, the shared spaces and the growing sense of community, all of which make King’s Cross a perfect fit for us.”

Jessica Marsden-Smedley of Argent LLP, asset manager for King’s Cross, said: “We are delighted to be working with Dishoom in one of the most wonderful and unique spaces within the heritage heart of King’s Cross.  The Dishoom team bring a passion for food and culture which makes them the perfect partner to bring the Stables unit to life.”

Dishoom has two other sites, its Covent Garden restaurant which opened in 2010 and Dishoom Shoreditch which opened in 2012.  

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