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
FM Taha•a month ago
Great food.. great service especially Mr Haider was wonderful and very attentive. The music was pleasant too. Definitely worth it. It’s supposedly the oldest Persian restaurant in London 🇮🇷
Jayne Taylor-Khan•2 months ago
Beautiful food cooked fresh bread mouth watering service outstanding price reasonable great portion size friendly lovely surroundings tip was added automatically would recommend highly
Nasim Zarrabi•2 months ago
Great Persian food. Consistent quality. Thanks to Heidar for the fresh bread and great service.
Ebrahim Alali•3 months ago
Excellent service. Amazing food And a great location. Thank you for Haider he is so good in serving
Marvin Hong•3 months ago
Very nice food, new decor which is a nice mix of what seemed like traditional Iranian and shabby chic. A lovely surprise on Saturday night, there was saxophone musician playing live music. The reason for 4 rather than 5 star was for the rice, I am massive fan of Iranian rice and the rice seemed more like American rice which is slightly thicker and typically the Iranian rice when done well will curl slight on both sides of the grain and is very fluffy and unfortunately it was not on this occasion. Also very large seeds were left in the fesenjoon which my friend thought was chicken and very close to eating.