About Apadana Restaurant
Founded in 1967, this bustling eatery in Kensington High Street has been attracting customers for many years and is proud of its status as one of London’s oldest Persian restaurant. Apadana restaurant always aims to serve you with the highest quality ingredients and freshness to bring out the best of each unique flavoured dish.
You can enjoy the live music and belly dancing performances every weekend to make your evening a great one to remember and don’t forget to enjoy Apadana’s special blends of Persian tea, coffee & shisha in their shisha balcony, which has been renovated lately.
You can find another branch of Apadana Persian restaurant in Barnes, London
Sheena Maccormack•in the last week
What a fab restaurant. Lovely staff and even the owner helped me clean the bird poo off my car. I should mention how delicious the food was. Thank you for a very lovely meal.
Sophie-Carla Bance•3 weeks ago
The service and food at this restaurant is incredible!! I absolutely love the variety of food and the friendly staff. My waiter today was Mohammed and he was so friendly an helpful, he made sure everything was up too our standard and ensured our food was good.
Will be back here again!! Thank you
Babak Bahry•a month ago
Visit this place for the first time and am happy with my visit. From A to Z was perfect. Service, quality and atmosphere. Apadana well deserves a 5 star rating. Thank you for your lovely service.
Cho Lujas•a month ago
Not an ordinary restaurant as they play live music and have colourful lights (we visited Saturday evening) and have a very sexy belly dancing lady. The dance was beautiful, but it's not for everyone I'd say. Food - my salad was very very basic, simply chopped lettuce and twice cut tomatoes, but meat tasted very nice however was very salty and a bit chewy.
Great music and waiter was very attentive. Fresh breads. I'd say it's an interesting place to visit for some cultural experience but not the food maybe.
(On the picture I've got to taste two chicken cubes and cooked tomatoes from my husband's plate)
Jamie Bardon•3 months ago
Nice cosy restaurant on Kensington High Street, easily accessible by tube/bus. The food was good, all freshly made and plentiful. My only criticism is that it was a little dry, I had to ask for sauces to go with the food as it was a little dry for liking and these come at an extra cost. Maybe the dishes where supposed to be like that but with the sauce it made the meal more enjoyable. On the plus side the waitress on Saturday afternoon was very friendly and accommodating, nothing was too much trouble. Would recommend.