About Gitane Persian Kitchen
Established on October 2012 by Iranian couple Bahman and Negar, Gitane Bistro has become a local favourite in the Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia area, known for their fantastic customer service and exquisite Persian cuisine. From delicious salads to an array of special dishes, Gitane provides delicious and authentic Persian dishes.
Steven Bolleurs•4 weeks ago
A great spot to get away from the usual coffee shop fare of some sort of filled carbohydrate. Really tasty food, comfortable cosy ambience and staff that tolerated my presence for 3 hours so must be good people.
Kol UK•a month ago
Nice little place, cakes and coffee are really nice. Natural flavour on the raspberry cake we tried. Will go again to try more foods as I wasn't hungry when I went there.
Nima Farighi•a month ago
Fresh original taste. Mix of Persian home cooking and cafe, really like the vibe and love the food. Lots of good vegetarian options also. Very popular place with locals so gets busy at lunch; need to get there early to get a seat.
Yiu Kuen Pang•5 months ago
Excellent little coffee shops that offers a lovely selection of salads and sweet treats! The staff are super friendly, incredibly welcoming and knowledgeable about their food. I would recommend the apple and lettuce salad with the salmon, also the their blondies are lovely too. I would definitely recommend and will be sure to come by time to time. Thank you!
Ph Yap•6 months ago
Went for breakfast 2 days in a row here, as it is near to my accommodation and thought the food and coffee taste pretty good and have less people. Flat white + ham & cheese croissant costs £7.10. BUT, today I ran out of £10. I gave the waiter £50 note, the waiter (guy) said he doesn't have ANY change. He said "who uses cash these days?" wryly. I am sorry, I am a tourist, I don't know that cash note is not money in London. I have planned to use the £10 note to top up my Oyster card, which the Oyster card top up machine states "no change given". So I gave him £10 note + £2.20 coins so that I can at least top up Oyster card with £5 note for my last day in London, but he said he didn't even have a £5 note! Prospective customers esp tourists who don't bring credit card because afraid of pickpockets (in addition to knowing that Credit Card exchange rate is usually higher) please be aware: This cafe has no change for notes, just like the Oyster top up machine. Maybe London IS like that. I don't even know if I should post this review. Felt stupid after being questioned "who uses cash these days?" I am sorry that I don't know 😭😭