Dishoom, London's first Bombay cafe, has opened a pop-up this summer in the Southbank by Waterloo bridge. Situated along the Thames makeshift beach, the buildings bright colours draw you right inside. The menu features items like a variety of naan rolls - sausage, bacon, egg, and lamb, smaller 'beach snacks' like calamari, vegetable samosas, spiced potatoes, and chutney in a bun, and also chicken and veg curry. The photo below is of the bacon naan roll with smoked back bacon and homemade chilli jam. All the food comes in takeout containers, so you can either eat it inside, or go down by the 'beach,' find a seat and enjoy the view. If you're thirsty, which you should be, the drink menu is also quite spectacular. Order the naughty coconut and you'll find yourself with, yes the whole coconut, filled with rum.