A funky modern take on Indian dining in Soho, Dum Biryani House is a colourful basement eatery with a great ambience. With quirky artwork on the wall and a great soundtrack, enjoy biryani delicacies alongside a selection of signature small plate snacks, perfect for sharing.
Signature biryani dishes on the Dum Biryani House menu come with spiced okra yoghurt, baby aubergine in a mouthwatering peanut and sesame seed curry, and tangy pickle, with fillings including tender lamb shank and seasonal vegetables. Diners can also sample a range of small plate dishes, featuring options like hot and sour chicken wings, fried yoghurt patties, and stir-fried king prawns with red chilli and coconut.
Other eclectic Indian flavours are available on the dessert menu at Dum Biryani House in Soho, including milk pudding with rosewater, and sugar-soaked apricots with cardamom whipped cream. There are also signature cocktails using homemade spirits infused with spices, with colourful Indian soft drinks also on offer.
A quirky, modern venue to enjoy signature Indian delicacies, Dum Biryani House is just off Oxford Street, and a 5-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road Tube Station.
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10 mars 2020
Amazing food and amazing service
5 mars 2020
Fantastic food, ho-hum service. The ghee chicken clear winner from all the dishes we ordered. Waiting to get served and to be presented the bill were the absolute losers of the entire experience.
25 oktober 2019
Great taste of dum biriyani cooked in a traditional way. The lamb shank biriyani is a big shank in the middle that makes it hard to eat but it was very tasty as was the chicken biriyani . We had only one starter papdi chaat which was delicious . It is more on the spicy side so the yoghurt raita helps. the service was great and food came very quickly so you can be done in an hour . Not a place to chill and spend an evening as turnover of people Is high. Almost felt like a cafe place you eat and go . Good location and perfect for pre- theatre dinner.
27 september 2019
23 mars 2018
Good experience. Went with friends. Loved the food, good service.
4 december 2016
Brilliant experience. A really cool setting in Soho (quite easy to miss the staircase entrance so keep an eye out!). The food and drinks were great, perfect for a freezing cold Sunday evening. The biryanis are huge and we couldn't finish them despite them being delicious, but we were given the option of taking the leftovers home. Also loved the 90s soundtrack.
19 november 2016
Amazing flavours in the biryani, although the crust was more Lucknow biryani than Hyderabad. We felt the chef was trying to give a pie like experience to an Indian biryani! The starters were very tasty and you should order 2 of each to make up for portions. The biryani can serve 2 people each and so we did a mix and match. This place is unique from all the rest in London's crowded Indian food scene. Well done Dhruv.
16 november 2016
Great little find in Soho. You wont have taste a delicious biryani like this.