We've teamed up with Darbaar to offer Mr Hyde readers a complimentary pint of Cobra beer or a Cocktail of the Day when ordering the two course set lunch menu.
Located in the heart of The City and close to Shoreditch, Darbaar by Abdul offers a unique dining experience inspired by the banqueting traditions of India’s Royal Courts.
Darbaar is the brainchild of Abdul Yaseen, former Head Chef of the renowned Cinnamon Club. Arriving in Britain 20 years ago from Jaipur, Abdul is well known for being a dynamic, creative and innovative Indian chef; his style combines the highlights of the East and best of the West. Pushing the boundaries, Chef Abdul experiments with different flavours and re-interprets staple traditional dishes.
Dates: 17 May - 9 June (Wednesday-Friday at 12 noon - 2:45pm)
Location: Darbaar, 1 Snowden Street, Broadgate Quarter, London, EC2A 2DQ
Offer: Complimentary pint of Cobra beer or Cocktail of the Day when you enjoy Darbaar’s two course set lunch menu.
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