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About Reza Supermarket

Reza Iranian Supermarket and patisserie offers Iranian, Persian imports and all daily groceries such as Persian Beluga Caviar to customers throughout West London. The shop, which is located at Kensington High Street, London, supplies a comprehensive range of Persian Iranian food Ingredients and Pre-packed cuisine. At Reza Supermarket you also find fresh Persian products, butchers, delis, and bakery.

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Leila Naderi

I am disgusted how conning they are. They removed one layer of this Sohan and put the seal back on. It’s theft. Their products are always 3 times more expensive than other shops but this??? Disgusting how fraudulent they are
They wouldn’t give money back either. My poor daughter went there not knowing the con artists she was dealing with

Mez Power

Many complain about the price here. Yes there is a new sweet shop in Finchley, cheaper, but the quality at Agha Reza's is the BEST. If you want to save a few pound go Finchley, if you want quality and taste come here. I spent £22.50 and I am more than happy, will come back for more.




Dear Persian people, please beware !
I think Bahar/Zaman shops bought Reza and kept the name, But did not keep it to the same standard of the old Reza . For example they do Not bake any of the pastries,they buy from somewhere else and act like they were made on site ! That's why the pastries are tasteless,hard and old. Don't be fooled by the bright lighting. They are not honest people and they don't sell even average quality produce. Even the pound shop sells better quality !

Farhad Kamranvand

I went there alone. I spoke to a member of staff to take photo of their products to send to my family, and ask them to choose what they want.
He gently gave me the permission to do so. My wife asked me to buy some fruit roll-ups, and sweets for the Nowrouz celebration.
I found quite limited variety of the products, however the taste is good enough to make me recommend this place.

Mahrokh Daneshnia

We travelled to London for a day trip and decided to buy some Sangak bread to bring back home. £15 for six breads as the owner claimed they were baked fresh on the day. Unfortunately the breads were too old and not worth a penny. The staff are very persuasive trying to sell as much as possible, so its very difficult to have a relaxed browsing in the shop. Every time we bought pastries, the weight was more than asked. I will try other shops next time in London.

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Working Hours

  • Monday09:00 - 21:00
  • Tuesday09:00 - 21:00
  • Wednesday09:00 - 21:00
  • Thursday09:00 - 21:00
  • Friday09:00 - 21:00
  • Saturday09:00 - 21:00
  • Sunday09:00 - 21:00