Dishoom pays homage to Bombay’s old Irani cafés – big-hearted, barmy and bustling places that bring together people from all walks of life.
Our genuine love of people means you’ll always be welcomed with real warmth.
A place where you can flourish
Jobs that are fun, rewarding and stable. Careers that can take you far.
Training? Some of the best there is. Benefits? Outstanding. Fantastic opportunities to grow and progress? Absolutely.
From the day you join, the commitment and care you’ll receive from us will be second to none, and this will continue throughout your career with us.
Welcome to working at Dishoom.
Best Small Restaurant Group
#19 Best Company To Work For
Diversity in Business
Best Operator for Training
We seek out those who are special, interesting, and different. Those who have a spark.
But one thing we all have in common is our warmth and genuine love of people, which (we’d like to think!) shines through in the way we treat our guests and one another.
This means that you don’t just join our team – you are welcomed in, embraced as a member of our family.
We think of Dishoom as our own world. A world where differences are celebrated rather than judged.
A place full to the brim with Bombay food and culture. The food is fresher and tastier, the drink more thirst-quenching and the humour more eccentric.
At Dishoom, you’re always amongst friends.
Our view is that it’s part of human nature to care about making people happy. We all care about this deeply. We call this Seva.
Seva means having a big, warm, open heart. And Seva means wanting to be fantastic – first-class – at everything you do.
Seva means we don’t just serve people, we take them in and look after them to the very best of our ability – guests and team alike.
In 2015 our Zakat (donation) during Ramadan was to two wonderful charities who provide nourishing, free school meals to children in the UK and India.
Then at Diwali we made this a permanent part of Dishoom: for every meal we serve we donate another.
We’ve already donated over 6 million meals. This means 6 million opportunities for a child, undistracted by hunger, to be ready to learn.
Does this sound like you?