Dishoom has unveiled plans for its third permanent restaurant, set to open in London's King's Cross this autumn.
The group already has two Bombay-style café/restaurants in Shoreditch and Covent Garden. The new 9,000 sq ft venue by Granary Square in King's Cross will be its largest to date, and the largest restaurant opening at King's Cross so far.
The new site, called "The Stables" sits within the Western Transit Shed on Stable Street. The Stables was originally used to house horses to move goods and wagons around the Granary complex from 1850-1900 and the building still features the vaulted brick arches at the lower ground floor.
Jessica Marsden-Smedley, Argent LLP (asset manager for King's Cross), added: "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 Covent Garden opened in 2010, and after the successful Dishoom Chowpatty Beach pop-up at Southbank in Summer 2011, the second permanent site, Dishoom Shoreditch, opened in 2012.