About Banu Restaurant, Maida vale
Banu Restaurant, previously named as Polo Terrace Restaurant, is within the Colonnade London that is located right at the corner of London's magnificent Little Venice canal, a beautiful Victorian building in the heart of the capital at the opposite Warwick Avenue underground station.
You can enjoy their warm, welcoming and homely atmosphere, a quiet haven in this vibrant and eternally exciting city. Banu Restaurant serves a variety of freshly made Persian and Middle Eastern food.
The Garden Terrace and outside seating area is mostly popular in the summer months as an ideal place for afternoon tea or cocktails or even to enjoy meals from the newly opened Banu restaurant menu.
You can find another branch of Banu Persian restaurant in Bina Gardens, South Kensington, London
Chiara CC•4 months ago
Went there ten days ago.
The actual menu offered many fewer options than the one they advertise, but the food was very tasty.
The waiter was very polite and I got served in a matter of minutes, really.
Magdalena Pryga•4 months ago
Unfortunately I had very bad experience with this restaurant twice. First time I was waiting at the table 15 minutes only to be told that the chef is not in. Second time I had a voucher for 2 steaks and I've booked the table via Groupon. Upon arrival I've been told that they are not having steaks. When I've opened the menu on the website to prove that they do have steaks, they've changed the excuse saying that they have it but I would have to pay extra, even though my voucher was very specific about what is included. Completely unprofessional staff.
Arun•10 months ago
Called ahead and made a taste are booking. When I turned up he told me it would not be accepted. What a wasted journey. Please have a consistency between app, staff, and store
Daniel A•11 months ago
We visited the restaurant with a Red Letter Days voucher for a three course Persian meal. The restaurant was nice, but lacked atmosphere as it was pretty much empty during our meal, only one other customer and one waiter. The chef kept leaving the kitchen to find our waiter during our meal which we found a bit strange, adding to the odd atmosphere. Despite this, the food was excellent. We had one issue that we couldn't order the main dishes we wanted as there was a problem in the kitchen, but the waiter dealt with it excellently. He allowed us to choose a more expensive dish for no extra cost, and we also both got an extra glass of wine each for free. Overall a good experience, we just found the atmosphere a bit strange it being so empty.