About Termeh Restaurant
Termeh Persian restaurant is located at Canfield Gardens next to Finchley Road station. This contemporary styled Persian restaurant offers a selection of authentic and delicious Persian cuisine.
With an excellent takeaway service as well as a lunch buffet and a full dinner service in the evening, Termeh offers a great dining experience in a relaxing and friendly environment. The lunch buffet opens daily from 12 am to 4 pm and it is a celebration of some of the finest, simple Persian favourites. You will find varieties of Hot and Cold Starters, Charcoal Grill and Persian Stew Dishes.
T Akinwande•a month ago
Fantastic recommendation...food was amazing and very large portions. Loved the decor and ambience, perfect treat for a long overdue meetup with great old friends
Indrajit Naskar•a month ago
Really good value and great tasting food. The tea is fantastic and it's one of the best kebabs that I have tasted.
Rehana Noor•2 months ago
Really had a wonderful family atmosphere and staff were so friendly. I enjoy eating at restaurants where the owner comes out and says hello, this is what we received there. It's been a few months this since I went but I would most definitely go back if I'm in the area
Rabira Dachi•3 months ago
Worst food I ever tasted in my entire 42 yrs of life!
Both my sister and I are vegetarian so decided to go for the aubergines for starter and lentils , kidney beans for main.
What a disaster it was!!!
Looked like dog food, clearly can food of some sorts, everything was mushy so couldn’t recognise what was what, absolutely disgusting.
My sister not wanting to embarrass them I paid £35 for it despite not eating.
I quickly told the waitress before paying that the food was very poor and definitely not edible I did not get not even an apology from the manager!
We decided to take doggy bags and give it instead to homeless person and I clearly told the waitress “ we can’t eat that could you give us a container so that we can give it to a homeless person plse ».
The container was given to us without a word of remorse for nearly killing us!
After reflection we couldn’t give to a homeless person knowing that we both we literally instantly sick from the food so I gave it to my dog.
Low and behold he was sick as well!
My sister was only here for the day from francs , she never wants to taste Persian food again as a result!
The 3 of us were sick all through the night!
Avoid at all costs!!!!
I gave one star for the decor ONLY.
Saleem Pothiwala•3 months ago
I went there with a couple of my friends ,one early evening for a dinner. The food was fragrant, fresh, succulent and delicious. The Persian tea is a must. The ambience and service was top class. I think it was previously called as Mahdi Restaurant. Very conveniently located outside tube station.