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.
Louise Forbes•2 weeks ago
Great atmosphere with a lovely interior. Small so booking is essential. All the food was delicious. Great to try something different!
Ayesha Mahmood•3 weeks ago
Amazing food, everything tastes super fresh, even the hummus. Service was on point. It was a little difficult to find as the sign blends in with the entrance to the restaurant but it's a great find
Davide Baroncelli•3 weeks ago
Standard middle Eastern fare in a somewhat gloomy atmosphere. We particularly liked the hummus but found everything else relatively average (although surely not bad). A fruit based cocktail was very disappointing: I ordered the "spiked" version but when it arrived I had to double check they had actually put the alcohol in.
Terri•a month ago
Great great food!
So good that went back 2 weeks in a row.
Make sure you sit near the kitchen as the main seating area somehow smelled of bathroom?
The meat was amazing!
H Rumi•a month ago
Really nice staff. The food was average and the portions are tiny for their prices. Interesting mocktails that are quite different and innovative. But the atmosphere in the back was quiet and serene which would make up for the small portions. It does get busy and the tables are quite close to each other. So if you’re looking for privacy or want a spacious table sit up front or go when it’s not busy.