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
Emma Woodall•2 months ago
Went to Banu as we live closeby and the meals were 2 for 1 with a tastecard. The food was cold and not fresh. The service was non existant- other than one waiter who took 40MINUTES (despite repeated requests to pay) to give us the bill. In the end, we stood up and insisted he allow us to pay so we could leave- not to mention there were then issues with the use of the tastecard. Would NEVER go back.
Occasions By Imani•3 months ago
Went there for bday dinner. Looks amazing and sophisticated. Like you’re going to an expensive place, considering the location also.
And then you get served on these tin type of plates that just bring the whole aesthetic down and cheapens it.
But food was really good. Really should change those plates!
David Iles•5 months ago
A hotel restaurant, describes itself as Persian but conveniently sells pasta, or fish and chips, should guests fancy it.
We went a couple of months ago, the starter was edible, the main immemorable except I left feeling worse than when I went in.
It was entertaining though, every time waiting staff left the kitchen they walked 5-10m before returning to check to check which table the plates were supposed going to.