About Galleria Restaurant
Galleria Restaurant established 1995, is one of the most widely known Persian restaurants in London. Galleria restaurant always aims to bring a delightful experience to their customers with the highest quality of Persian cuisine and outstanding service. Galleria is mostly famous for their specialities in home made traditional Stews and various rice dishes.
Galleria restaurant has a nice, intimate atmosphere and is nicely decorated which has a classical feel with touches of contemporary design to it. Less than 5 minutes from London's busy Oxford Street and famous Marylebone High Street, Galleria restaurant offering a warm atmosphere and relaxing break from a busy day of shopping. Galleria Persian Restaurant is located at New Cavendish Street, London.
Amirhossein Sadrfaridpour•in the last week
I was in London for a few hours and didn't have enough time to go to other Persian restaurants that I have tried before and trusted.
I've read the reviews and the score were 4 so walked in to the restaurant not expecting either very good service or food. But it was a big surprise!
The guy came to take our order "Neshan" were super friendly and nice. Asked if we like some water for the table and came back immediately with jar of cold water with ice and lemon and pour in the glass. ordered Tah Dig and Khoresht (Stew) Fesenjoon as starter and the Spicy Platter with rice. After we ordered another staff "Soheila" came to our table and explained, there are other type of Khoresht(s) which we can order with Tah Dig, which was helpful but we decided to stay with Fesenjoon.
Tah Dig and Fesenjoon was absolutely delicious, one of the best. savory enough and really tasty. Highly recommended :D
It took a few minutes after we finished starter to bring the main and Neshan came with the food and apologies for the delay and brought us an extra dish of Fesenjoon to compensate. The restaurant was really busy for a Tuesday evening and a little delay was totally acceptable but they were kind and very polite. Just exactly the way that you would like to be treated as a customer. The Spicy platter was delicious specially Koobideh and Chenjeh kabab. personally I am not fan of Charmoula chicken which was Jooje kabab (Grilled Chicken) with Pesto. I would probably change Charmoula chicken with Chenjeh kabab next time!
Finally we had Persian tea and Napeloni (kind of a creamy Pastry) which was fresh, delicious and good portion, Good enough to share between two of us.
Long story short, The food was tasty and hospitality was great. Compare to other Persian restaurant in London, Personally I think this restaurant should score much higher if it comes to food and hospitality, of course there are more modern or decorated nicer Persian restaurant in London but if you looking for good food and staff that looking after you, This is the place.
I will definitely go back again.
Mohammed Almualla•2 months ago
We go for lunch and the stuff is very rude and unprofessional and i left the restaurant . I wish the owner of the restaurant takes an action with the stuff anyway we left restaurant and we went kish restaurant. Witch we fine very polite and smiling face and better welcoming
Faranak Safari•3 months ago
Poor service for what you pay for, aircon wasn’t working so had to ask them literally more than 4 times to do something for it, had 25 guests and all been sweating all night, so frustrating and disappointing,
Slightly overprice for the average food you get!
3 stars only for one helpful staff and easy reservation.
Robert Bailey•4 months ago
I have been coming to this restaurant for the past year or so, with friends. However, I have started to bring my family purely because of the service I am given throughout. The member of staff who stands out to all my friends, family and I is Drilon (asked for his name). He is such a professional, polite and happy young man always with a smile on his face. I think he is the supervisor or manager as he seems to run the restaurant with every visit. An absolute credit to the restaurant and makes everyone feel comfortable the second they step into Galleria.
Michal Zamir•5 months ago
I remember I was there 24 years ago, and I was fascinated by the paintings. It was a family business, and the father was the artist. I forgot his name. Can you remind me of the name, and maybe I can find his work online, since I don’t live in London anymore, but still remember his beautiful artwork. My father in from Teheran, so i am used to Iranian food, and the food in your Restaurant was great.