About Arnika Restaurant
Arnika restaurant is a contemporary Persian restaurant offering freshly made wholesome food. The restaurant has a highly qualified team of employees that offer exceptional quality dishes and, uphold Arnika restaurant’s aim of dedicated customer satisfaction. The restaurant suits all occasions with its warm and inviting ambience and numerous and comfortable seating. It is the perfect place to enjoy traditional Persian food with dishes full of superb flavours.
Outside, you will find Shisha lounge where is the perfect place to enjoy a great flavoured Shisha with a pot of Persian tea.
Sonia•12 months ago
This restaurant is ran by pedophiles beware young innocent girls. I made an order for some food on the telephone and the owner who took my order decided on the phone he was in love with me. Once the food was delivered they purposely had some of the order missing and some leaked into the bags and when I contacted the restaurant with my complain the owner decided to visit my home to check the order. He came into my kitchen and authorised the food to be replaced and he waited in my kitchen until it would get delivered. In that time he tried to convince me how much he liked me and was willing to do anything for me. I thought it was some kind of joke so I laughed at it. I forced the guy to leave because I think he was planning to stay the night.
The food was low quality and the hommus had a sewage smell. The food is not worth anything and I advise women to be careful when ordering from this restaurant.
Vania Franco•a year ago
I went for the lunch Buffett but it wasn't on... very disappointed. But I ordered from the menu and the food was good.
Alan Kemp•2 years ago
Persian Restaurant. New, pretty restaurant frontage, tables on the forecourt in daytime. Inside is clean and bright (a bit cafe-bright for a restaurant). The kitchen is sparkling white and stainless steel.
It's been open for about six months, and I'm kicking myself for not trying it earlier.
The menu is built around lamb and chicken, so doesn't look that exciting, but the meal we had this evening was really excellent. I had lamb (tender and delicious) with chicken (ditto) on a skewer, with rice and salad. Fine-grained Basmati with butter on the side, and freshly made salad. My friend had a similar dish, but with minced lamb. Simple, 'clean' food, cooked as nicely as can be. (My dish was called 'Momtaz') The hospitality is excellent too.
I'm reluctant to say how much it cost, because I'm recommending it because it's really nice, not because it's really cheap, but the meals were about nine pounds each. Amazing.