You Can Tuck Into Irresistible Indian Dishes Inside One Of These Cosy Summer Houses

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer


And they’re available come rain or shine.

Summertime in England is well and truly here and with it brings its unpredictable weather like warm temperatures with sudden downpours. However, one Birmingham restaurant has taken this into account when it comes to their outdoor dining offering.

Credit: Dishoom

Much-loved Indian restaurant, Dishoom, has announced the arrival of some cute and cosy summer houses blessing their outdoor terrace this season. Guests can take in views of Chamberlain Square by reserving a table on Dishoom’s outdoor terrace or in one of these new summer houses.

Seating up to six guests inside, the wooden summer houses make an ideal spot for those who prefer to dine outdoors- plus they are nicely sheltered from any unpredictable sideways rain! This latest addition means you and your friends can gorge on Dishoom’s renowned bacon naan rolls for brunch or dig into a ruby murray or biryani on an evening looking out at the square all aglow.

Credit: Tom Bird

These new summer houses at Birmingham’s Dishoom are decked with comfy pillows and hanging plant pots, as well as a clear, wavy and water-protective roof so you can take cover from the rain and not miss out on any rays of sunshine too.


To reserve, simply head to the Dishoom website and select your chosen ‘Summer House’ slot. A deposit of £25 is required to secure your booking, which is redeemable against your final bill. However, if you don’t manage to nab a seat in one of these summer houses, there is other outdoor seating is also available on the terrace with walk-ins permitted.

Dishoom, One Chamberlain Square, B3 3AX

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