About Rumi Restaurant
Rumi Persian restaurant is located at heart of Cricklewood Broadway, London. This contemporary styled Persian restaurant offers a selection of authentic and delicious Persian cuisine.
This restaurant named after the 13th-century poet and mystic. The poetry of Rumi calls people back to the organic and to the authentic and graces this restaurant with his name. In this spirit, Rumi invites their diners to experience the authentic and delicious Persian cuisine, which all freshly prepared on a daily basis.
Igal Pivin•2 months ago
I am a regular, I eat often when working from home. They have a very good value lunch menu which consists of a large kebab and grilled chicken cubes, with salad, grilled tomato and hot pepper, and a heap of perfectly cooked rice. The meal ia big enough for two! Sometimes I would add a starter and a freshly baked naan bread, just because I'm greedy.
Staff are friendly and polite, and they keep the place clean. Highly recommended.
Nav Bhatti•2 months ago
I am a regular here it seems. And this place will never fail to serve great food. Service could be a bit more comprehensive but overall it's great
Sabrin Baryan•3 months ago
Exceptional service. My husband and I ordered the mixed grill for two and unlike other Persian and Turkish restaurants I ate all of the meats. I usually find the grilled lamb quite tough in other places but this was tender and juicy The grilled chicken and kofta was succulent and absolutely delicious. They gave us two plates of rice and I said it was too much and they gladly gave us a nan instead. Also, the toilets are clean and tidy. I would definitely recommend and 100% coming back.
Ismail Shiekh•3 months ago
5 stars. Random stop for lunch with my wife who is usually fussy about eating grilled skewers (except for chicken). She loved it. Food was delicious, tender and well seasoned. Got the grill for two. The portion is generous. We couldn't finish it and the service was also amazing. Glad we stopped by. Will come again and would recommend. Dare I say, its actually better than Turkish skewers. Rice was also great, not too dry.