About Colbeh, Persian Kitchen & Bar
One of the world's most ancient and refined styles of cooking is the traditional home cooking of Iran. Fragrant rice, slow-cooked stew, perfectly seasoned meats, fresh herbs and vegetables are just the beginning of a journey through the Persian flavours.
Every detail of the Colbeh restaurant is all handpicked by the family to represent it’s name, Colbeh (کلبه), which means 'cottage' in the Persian language of Farsi. From the kahgel spread walls to the intricately detailed embroidery on the handmade decorations, even down to each of the individual dishes to represent different regions of the country. The family run business strives to bring the perfection of traditional homemade recipes of Iran. Exploding with the main distinctive flavours of Saffron, Tumeric and Parsley, to our guests in the comfort and warmth of a complete replica of a classic Persian cottage.
- Monday12:00 - 22:00
- Tuesday12:00 - 22:00
- Wednesday12:00 - 22:00
- Thursday12:00 - 22:00
- Friday12:00 - 22:00
- Saturday12:00 - 22:00
- Sunday12:00 - 22:00
Really delicious and well worth going out your way. Ask for their specials, the lamb shoulder was perfection, roasted and falling apart, accompanied with two types of rice and some small sides.
The kebabs are usually very good, but can be a little dry depending on the day. Must try the mushroom and barley soup. Mezze are excellent also.
The toilets are fine unless you're visiting late in the evening on a weekend
This was a revelation for me.
We were served by Sani and she did an awesome job while making it look effortlessly.
We got appetizers, soup and a main dish. I tried all the things on the table and unfortunately that left me with no room for the deserts. This can easily be a downside for them, the food is so good you just have to have it all leaving you with little to no space for anything else.
Another downside is that my wife missed this trip and I had to explain her the tastefulness of the food, the rich flavours. Same as I am trying to explain for all you here.
This will be one of my best food experiences, along with the Mediterranean food.
What a gem!
Visited after a day at the Botanical Gardens. It's only a short walk away, less than a 10 minute stroll.
We booked a table in advance but arrived early. We were greeted and seated quickly, with an option of sitting inside or outside. We chose to sit inside. The outside area looked good though and the team have done a great job sectioning it off from the busy road.
Inside the restaurant is well decorated, with textured walls, lovely artwork and the coloured glass on the walls is sleekly lit and gives the restaurant an authentic feel.
We were well looked after. All the team were friendly, helpful and attentive. After side eyeing other diners plates when we arrived, we knew we weren't going to be disappointed.
The food is delicious, presented beautifully and so tasty. Portions were generous and we were kindly provided with a takeout box! That meant I had one happy husband almost skipping out with his 'round 2'!
Thank you for a great dinner!
Nice and cosy little restaurant/bar.
Food was very delicious, succulent and tasty meat platter, could do with more roast peppers on the platter because it was only two little slices of roast pepper. Nan bread was fresh and tasty too.
It is a notch on the pricey side if I compare with other similar places but would definitely go there again because the staff and the atmosphere is exceptional and the food is really fresh and delicious.
Best part of my experience was the hot small plate - naan and some mashed eggplant - super tasty.
I wished the waiter informed me a hot plate was good enough for one person because I ended up with so much food on my table and could only do a bit of everything.
Overall, great experience.