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.
Baker Radhi•a week ago
Went there a few days ago and had a good time yet more because of the company rather than the food.
Starters were probably the worse Iranian starters I’ve eaten by far.
Very very low quality food yet very over priced.
When ordering a koobideh- the salad was shocking and quite embarrassing. Mixed leaves were soggy and rotten.
The meat was average. Worse mirza kasami I have ever had. Tough yet and cucumber was very nice.
Would definitely say that this was one of the least best place I would go especially seeing how much we paid.
If you want Iranian or if it’s the best time you ever eat Iranian food, this is by far a place I would advise to avoid.
Saying this, the staff were very lovey and sweet.
Selo Kurt•a month ago
This place is the best Persian restaurant in this area. The first time we went to this place it was around 1pm and it was completely empty. We were very skeptical of the quality of the food. But we were pleasantly surprised. The kebabs were juicy and the salads and humus simply amazing. Since were the only people in there, the friendly server paid us a lot of attention and brought us tea and some sweets on the house. Since that first time this has been our go to place for Persian/middle eastern food :)
Dena Karimi•2 months ago
Fantastic service. Very friendly and competent staff. The menu includes less common stews that you will not easily find elsewhere.
Jennifer Vincent•3 months ago
The service was fine and the restaurant had a nice ambience and aesthetic, but the food was unremarkable and not worth the premium prices, with no complexity or depth of flavour. The baby chicken breast kebab had a slightly acidic flavour which was unimpressive, and it was otherwise bland. There was a very large portion of rice on the plate and a nice salad. The hummus was tasty and the super-fresh Iranian bread/naan was the one truly moreish element of our meal.