The team behind the much-loved Dishoom restaurants have confirmed that they will open
in Manchester this winter, in the historic Manchester Hall on Bridge Street.
Like their other restaurants, this newest member of the Dishoom family will pay loving homage to the old Irani cafés of Bombay, and will be open every day from early until late, serving Executive Chef Naved Nasir’s breakfast menu (with the renowned Bacon Naan Roll), followed by the all-day sharing menu of Bombay comfort food – small plates, grills, biryanis, salad plates, rolls and curries.
Dishoom will also feature a Permit Room bar, serving Daru-walla1 Carl Brown’s brilliant
list of delicious and sincere tipples, as well as some brand-new cocktails and a range of excellent non-alcoholic cocktails, known as ‘copy tipples’.
The opening will create 100 new jobs for Manchester, and the Dishoom team is eager to find big-hearted and first-class individuals to join them in Manchester. In doing so, they will join a Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to work for.
Dishoom prides themselves on offering fun, rewarding and stable careers with excellent opportunities to learn, grow and develop life-long skills. Those who embark on a career with Dishoom will receive industry-leading training, fantastic benefits and a chance to progress their career in hospitality with a company who truly puts its people first.
Further details of Dishoom Manchester will be released later this year ahead of the opening.