About Behesht Restaurant
Behesht is one of the most well-known Persian restaurants in London, which offers a great selection of authentic and delicious Persian cuisine with attentive and excellent service. When seated, the kitchen acts as an attraction for guests as they watch chefs prepare and bake bread in the special Tanour bread oven and kebabs on the traditional grill.
Behesht offer a menu based on traditional dining experiences in Iran where small to medium sized dishes are shared amongst the table. The food is authentic but done with a refined approach and a deft interpretation of a classic cuisine. The plate size encourages sharing in the traditional dining style of Iran.
The dining experience in this bustling Persian restaurant is fulfilled as guests experience the great ambience of the tearoom while drinking authentic Iranian tea. Behesht restaurant is located on Harrow Road; just few minutes walk from Kensal Green station.
Theresnoone Outlook•in the last week
The staff are friendly and helpful. The food is very good and well portioned. The price is fair.
Parking can be a bit tricky to find.
Mustapha Virani•a week ago
I've always wondered as to how Behesht Restaurant have managed to provide such a large portion of Iranian scented rice and two kebabs along with salads and a can of soft drink for a fiver ever since the late 1990s until very recently being forced to increase by less than £2.00 a meal. Unbelievably, having been an on/off resident of North West London these past three decades:-
I still await the day when their chef fails to match the high levels set by the original standards of their peers.
Do Keep Up, As Always. And Well Done, Folks!
Spied Onandon•3 weeks ago
The strange looking and overdressed exterior and strange blade-runner-esque interior water features belie the sheer quality of the kitchen operation. Simply incredible Persian food. The real deal, authentic recipes cooked to perfection. I have not had better-cooked meat than every one of the charcoal grilled items I have tried. Faultless and delicious, with every feature of the dish being paid fastidious attention, from salad dressings to sauces, the flavours are exciting and immense. Generous portions which will satisfy even the mightiest of appetites, make sure to go there hungry - don't bother having a full lunch if you are going for dinner, just have a snack and get to the restaurant ravenous, you will not be disappointed. For £10-15 a head you can have one of the best meals you'll eat all year.
Joy Z•a month ago
The food is delicious and worth the price. Although the service takes about 15 minutes but it's worth the wait. No alcohol allowed and limited parking space in front of the restaurant. Definitely recommended. Will visit again