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.
Stefan Kasprzyk•2 weeks ago
Persian restaurant with super ambience.. Great food. Great service. They do not, obviously, serve alcohol.
Dan Burrell•a month ago
Fantastic restaurant. The food is amazing and the staff are always lovely. Can get pretty busy later in the evening but we went at 6pm on Friday and it was perfect. They are always great with the kids and were happy to carry over our own birthday cake and make a fuss. The bread and mixed platter are always on point
Belmont Barbers•a month ago
Super experience. Great food so tasty. I will return with my family this time. The fitting are incredible and very detailed. Thank you guys.
Ibrahim Alnasser•2 months ago
One of the best in the area. I was in love with decoration of the atmosphere as well as the food. Food has great taste , portion and reasonable price. Only two issues are : service fees will be added and it is 25 minutes away from central london by train
Safi Hussaini•2 months ago
Nice place, loved the interiors and the ambience here. Stopped here for dinner on way back to Birmingham attached to this is a small Iranian sweet shop and they serve souvenirs and pure saffron. Coming to the food here, being an Indian I enjoy spicy food but Persian food is mild and full of flavour liked the experience and food here, Pricing is average and not too heavy on the pocket and justifies the price for food served.