Dishoom, the Bombay-style café concept, has announced the departure of co-founders Amar and Adarsh Radia.

The brothers, who previously took a Subway franchise to 29 sites, are exiting to pursue other business ventures.

Five-strong Dishoom will continue to be headed by co-founders Shamil and Kavi Thakrar, who thanked family friends the Radia brothers for their contribution to the business.

The Radias were no longer involved in the day to day running of Dishoom and have wide-ranging business interests, co-founding Kite, an eyewear start-up, O2 franchise Telenomics, while Adarsh runs WiderPool, which connect tech companies with large corporations seeking innovation.

MCA understands the brothers currently have no plans to launch any new hospitality ventures.

A statement read: “Amar and Adarsh wish the existing team headed by Shamil and Kavi continued success, while Shamil and Kavi thank Amar and Adarsh for their contributions and wish them success in their ventures.”