Dishoom Canary Wharf recalls 1970s Irani cafes near Bombay Stock Exchange

Prolific restaurant Dishoom has opened its first new London venue in five years, featuring an interior designed around a “financial fraudster from the 1970s”.

As with previous venues, restaurant co-founders Shamil and Kavi Thakrar teamed up with architecture studio Macaulay Sinclair on the design of Dishoom Canary Wharf.

Dishoom Canary Wharf is the restaurant’s sixth venue in London

Referencing its setting near many of London’s banking headquarters, the design imagines an Irani cafe near the Bombay Stock Exchange in 1970s India.

“When we create a Dishoom, we always start with a story,” explained Shamil Thakrar.

The entrance leads into a double-height bar

“We imagined the fictional owner of the restaurant to be

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