Dishoom reveals opening date of Birmingham venue

Indian restaurant chain Dishoom has revealed the opening date of its Paradise Birmingham venue which was postponed due to the coronavirus crisis.

The restaurant, the team’s eighth Bombay café, was due to open on April 1 in a 7,606 sq ft space at the front of One Chamberlain Square, overlooking the new public spaces and Congreve Street.
However, due to the coronavirus epidemic, both the opening party on March 31 and the official opening had to be put back.

Now, Dishoom has confirmed the doors to Dishoom Birmingham will open next week.

The café will welcome guests for the restaurant’s rescheduled soft launch from Saturday 18th July to Wednesday 5th August, before opening officially on Thursday 6th August.

Reservations are now open for the Dishoom Birmingham soft launch, when guests will be offered 50% off food.

Reservations will be taken for groups of up to six at any time of day, including evenings.

Reservations for 6th August onwards will be released in due course.

Bookings will not be taken for Dishoom Brimingham’s large outdoor terrace, but will be offered on arrival on a first-come, first-served basis.

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