About Sufi Restaurant
Experience the taste of classical Persian cuisine at Sufi Persian restaurant. Located at Askew Road, Hammersmith, Sufi is a family run restaurant with a history going back to 2007.
They always aim to bring a delightful experience to their customers with the highest quality of authentic and home-cooked Persian cuisine with outstanding service. Sufi mostly famous for their specialities in home-made traditional stews and various rice dishes.
Michael Owen•in the last week
Just finished our dinner, fantastic food, very friendly and attentive staff, good size portions. Very highly recommended :-)
They still use plastic straws though!
Adam Hozaifa•in the last week
Amazing little restaurant - our favourite Persian restaurant in London! Great, fresh kebabs, lovely salads and tasty desserts. A regular haunt for us now!
Yaser Tamalli•a month ago
Hi I was there with my family for first time food it was good test but small portion for high price no presentation at all not good enough customer service. it's Iranian restaurant but I'm not advice for Iranian to go there .(thank you for send joke as answer back. work on your presensation and customers service intense writing nonsense. yes it's not good for Iranian customers. And be responsible about your restaurant don't blame head chef this is bad for you as owner. I think you couldn't handle the negative review just you are looking for a positive review sorry guys 🤨😏🤔)
Gregory•3 months ago
Five stars for Sufi for excellent food, specially the delicious, juicy lamb and chicken. Also their dips are delicious andand home made. We had the dips selection and mix grill platter together with their lovely bread cooked fresh in minutes in their visible clay oven. Warm, homely customer service too. I van highly recommend Sufi.
Maciej Zamojski•3 months ago
This restaurant is amazing. They make bread for you while you wait as an appetizer which goes well with aubergine paste. Try it! Anything I ordered so far was tasted really good. I usually go for Sufi for 2 when I am going there with my girlfriend.
Sit well away from the entrance door to avoid wind blowing in when customers come in. :)