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For starters, we really like the Calamari served with different kinds of sauce/dips/whatever it is you call them.You cannot go to Dishoom and not try their nan bread.I was met with dubious looks and, in Arlene’s case, a serious frown, when I first suggested trying Dishoom at the Shoreditch branch.Obviously, these two have since changed their tune and we are now frequent visitors to this place, especially since the Kingly Street branch ( near Carnaby Street) is about a 5-minute walk from the flat.Now London is a place that won’t ever run out of korean barbecue restaurants, and in your quest for the best bulgogi in town you’ll run a gamut of choices, from the cheap to the reasonably priced to the really pricey.I think Koba is a place you go to every once in a while when you’re craving for GOOD korean barbecue.Watson is so loyal to Sherlock and would do anything for him, and though its not always clear or obvious, this sentiment is certainly reciprocated by the more taciturn Holmes.
Also, if the long queue is stopping you from visiting, you can always come before 6pm because they will still be accepting reservations before then.
But, and I have to issue a here, by the time I get to the framing of Sherlock Holmes, his imprisonment and really clever escape and then to the way he solved not one but TWO seemingly unconnected mysteries, my brain just gave up and I surrendered to being taken on the wild ride that is this story.
I may have guessed some elements of it, but it managed to completely surpise me by the time I got to the ending.
Overall, I cannot wait to discuss this book at the Armchair Murder Mystery book club next Wednesday.
If you fancy a good discussion with fellow book lovers – and free wine – head over to Waterstones Piccadilly and join us for an evening of literary fun. X After a whole week of rotation to trauma and orthopaedics, an eventful Friday filled with drama and the prospect of going home to the Philippines for the first time, my sister and I decided to take our dear friend Romelyn out to Dishoom last night before her flight to Cebu today.Here are a few of our favourites in one photo: Yum, yum, yum, yum, YUM!!!When eating at Dishoom I find its best to have some sharers rather than having individual plates.And because the British people in this book have been so fantastically written like the way they talk, its like the language and the accents I hear every day have been coalesced into one book.