About Tandis Restaurant
With the goal of bringing great Persian food into the lives of many Londoners, Tandis is a contemporary styled Iranian restaurant with a luxury bar at its centre that offers the widest ranges of cocktails and wines.
This beautiful eatery in Belsize Park offers a selection of hot and cold starters; charcoal Grill and Persian stew dishes. Tandis restaurant located just minutes walk away from Chalk Farm station and easy distance from Camden Town and Primrose Hill.
Harry•a month ago
We had meze starter (£17 + £2 for naan) which is pretty expensive. Sadly the taste didn't make up for it, both aubergine dishes we had (which I usually love in Persian cuisine) were inedible, I think they may have been reheated many times. We had traditional soup for main (£6.50 also on the pricey side), another dish I usually love, again very mediocre here, something wasn't right about it and I only had half. I've been here 3 years ago and was equally disappointed, sadly they've not improved at all. I don't know why anyone gives it good reviews or how it's survived so long. Certainly not giving it a third chance, so many better Persian restaurants around.
Nader Gol•a month ago
I don't understand why this place would have over 4 star ratings, other than they have some deal merchandise rating companies to leave them with good reviews. This place was a generous 2 at best. The service was mediocre, the food was less than average
Mo Otifeh•2 months ago
The best Persian food in London. Good quality in all aspects. Fresh and clean. I have recommended this restaurant -after my friends recomended to me- and the feed back I received been excellent. I have tried all of their dishes for a long period of time (12 months) and I have never been dissatisfied . After all if you know Javad- who sadly died 2011- it is his student who is doing a great job.
Farhad Kamranvand•2 months ago
I ordered a Kabab Kubide with rice and salad. The main dish and the salad were both very tasty. The salad was professionally made, and I have never tasted such taste anywhere else.
On the down side, the ordered "dough" as of drink was not recommendable. As a dessert, I ordered Faloude-bastani, in which I found pistachio's shell. Surprisingly, the waiter/restaurant manager did not take any responsibility, ans just said that they supply the ice-cream from somewhere else, so this is not their fault. Knowing that this is one of the most expensive Persian restaurants I have experienced in London, I did not expect them to say that. They also refused to refund me for the ice-cream.
Overall, I am not please with the quality of the service, and I do not recommend anyone going there.