About Berenjak Restaurant
Berenjak Persian restaurant located in Soho, just off Romilly Street, London. The energetic streets of Soho, in the West End, feature a variety of dining, nightlife experiences. The project is the first Persian venture for Kian Samyani and the realisation of his dream to combine the best of traditional and contemporary Iranian hospitality in one of London’s finest restaurants.
Berenjak restaurant serves tasty, authentic Persian dishes from hot and cold starters; charcoal Grill and Persian stew dishes and indulgent desserts – all in a uniquely designed restaurant.Visit Website
- Private Dining
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Monday11:00 - 21:30
- Tuesday12:00 - 21:30
- Wednesday12:00 - 21:30
- Thursday12:00 - 22:00
- Friday12:00 - 22:00
- Saturday12:00 - 22:00
If you can find a table, reserve it now! You literally feel as if you’re in a local restaurant in the heart of Tehran. We were able to sit at the counter which allowed for a more intimate interaction with the kitchen. All the ingredients are top quality and not the slightest detail is missing. Try the pomegranate wine paired with the lamb - to die for!!! Service is great and the chef was very attentive. 5/5 experience.
Nice experience in this Middle Eastern restaurant. The mains were nicely cooked and packed full of flavour, but something you can find in every nice middle Eastern restaurant. The starters on the other hand were the stars of the night. The flavour, the texture, the combinations were delicious. Definitely I'll go again and I highly recommend this place
Friendly, casual and really well made food. It’s what you might expect from a middle Eastern meal but elevated. The hummus was excellent as were the moist and perfectly well cooked kebabs. Dessert was a lone baklava ice cream sandwich but it was excellent and not overly sweet. Staff weee friendly and knowledgeable. A worthy meal to have before matinees.
Went to Berenjak for dinner and my expectations from what I've heard about the restaurant were surely met! A Michelin star rated Persian cuisine that was worth the wait (+60min) that immerses you into the culture via the food, music, and interior designs of the cozy restaurant...
In terms of food, I recommend the hummus, aubergine, and corn starters, then for the mains the kebabs are top! And finally the baklava dessert is a cherry on top for a very pleasant experience that I would certainly visit again
Excellent ambiance, especially when sat at the bar to see them cooking the food in front of you. The feast menu included a great meze selection followed by beautifully cooked meat skewers and sides. The wine list is interestingly unusual and the house red was particularly good. The baklava ice cream was a wonderful finish to the meal. Service very friendly too. Do book in advance though.
Looking forward to visiting again.