Dishoom has this week launched its first-ever at-home cookery kit, providing patrons with the ingredients and know-how to create its popular Bacon Naan Rolls in their own kitchen.
The chain says that fans of the breakfast classic can get the ingredients to create two first-class
Bacon Naan Rolls from the café kitchens direct to their door, including produce and dough balls that are ready to roll, bake, assemble and eat.
Each kit will also contain the requisite tea and spices to brew a batch of Dishoom’s Masala Chai for the full café experience at home.
For every Bacon Naan Roll kit sold, Dishoom will donate a meal to Magic Breakfast, its long-term charity partner that provides free, nutritious meals to children that might otherwise go hungry.
Initially available to neighbours of the King’s Cross, Kensington and Shoreditch cafés, a limited number of kits will be released for same-day delivery at 3pm every afternoon through Dishoom’s website.
Like its café counterpart, the cookery kit will feature top-class produce prepared by Dishoom’s team of chefs.
Dishoom pays loving homage to the Irani cafés that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay.
Opened early last century by Zoroastrian immigrants from Iran, there were almost 400 of these cafés at their peak in the 1960s. Today, fewer than 30 remain.
The first Dishoom opened in Covent Garden in 2010, and the chains now has five sites in London, one in Edinburgh, one in Manchester, and one in Birmingham.