About Gandum Persian Restaurant
Lovers of Persian cuisine in Richmond are in for a treat when they visit Gandum Persian Kitchen, a popular Iranian restaurant located on Upper Richmond Road, East Sheen. Here, you’ll find all of the old favourites, from time-tested recipes that have been passed down through generations such as Persian stews and grills.
Whether you’re vegetarian or a lover of meat or seafood, you’ll find plenty of choices on the menu at Gandum Persian Kitchen.Visit Website
- Private Dining
- Outdoor Seating
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Monday12:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday12:00 - 23:00
- Wednesday12:00 - 23:00
- Thursday12:00 - 23:00
- Friday12:00 - 23:00
- Saturday12:00 - 23:00
- Sunday12:00 - 23:00
Great Great gem.... awesome place to eat portions are great. The lamb is simply to die for. Great service.
It is a quite nice Iranian restaurant with a well decorated place.
Definitely try it again.
Very tastey food and best Persian food in London.
Owner and staff so friendly, like a family.
Will definitely come back. Wonderful time with friends.
I enjoyed every dishes I tried in this Persian restaurant it’s atmosphere is great and they show Persian style of hospitality by offering you great care and some free soup or complementary tea at the end of your food. They have great value lunch deal up to 5pm week days which is good value for the money you pay. I definitely recommend this Persian restaurant. It is all about the quality with reasonable price.
Enjoyed the tasty food a lot. Dishes are large, so mixed grills for 3 persons was enough to feed 4 adults. Ordered some mezes separately, as the plates are also large. There is a tandoori oven so they bake fresh and hot naan breads! Also I liked the unusual cutlery.
The interior is modern and elegant, so can be ok even for business and romantic meetings. Cleanliness is high, walls and glass are cleaned, the toilet hygiene is well maintained.
As a big fan of persian cuisine, I have been in other persian retraurants around like Fanoos and Diba. I can say that Gandum is definitely higher class than Fanoos and comparable to Diba, but has different style and is ahead in terms of certain parameters, making it closer to fine dining experience.
Would come again.