Set over a sweeping and majestic 5,500 feet, Darbaar plays host to a 220-cover restaurant and bar, including an interactive grill seating area, 20-cover private dining room and a bespoke chef’s table for entertaining up to 12 people.
We won the The Best Newcomer Award by British Curry Awards 2016.
Located in the heart of London’s City and very close to Shoreditch, Darbaar by Abdul offers a sharing dining experience inspired by the banquets of the Indian Royal Court in a vibrant yet relaxed setting. Set over an impressive 5,500 feet, it houses a 220-cover restaurant and bar, including an interactive grill seating area, 20-cover private dining room and a bespoke chef’s table for up to 12 people.
Abdul is an award-winning chef and a modern Indian food connoisseur with a reputation for excellence both in the UK and overseas. Moving from Jaipur to London fifteen years ago, he was part of the founding team of iconic London Restaurant, Cinnamon Club.
He then went on to become Head Chef at Cinnamon Kitchen and Anise where he played an instrumental part in building the Cinnamon brand. Other accolades include, winning the British BBQ Championships and the Canapé Cup at Square Meal Venues & Events for three years consecutively.
He has featured in many high profile cooking demonstrations and cookery television programmes such as Celebrity Master Chef UK 2016, BBC2’s Hairy Bikers, ITV’s Great Britain’s Best Dish and the Alan Titchmarsh Show.
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