Thursday, August 30, 2007

Superb Iranian food in Central London

My first choice is Bosphorous Kebab on Old Brompton Road, a short walk from South Kensington tube station. Again, a staple favorite of all IC (Imperial College) students, especially after a wild night out, their kebabs are juicy, spicy, wholesome and filling.

Bosphorous Kebab: 59 Old Bromptom Raod, London, SW7 3JS

Patogh's was a place I found in the 'Time Out London' magazine a good few years ago, and I've recommended it to everyone since. It is tiny, shabby and nondescript from the outside. The food, however, will blow you away. This is fine Iranian cuisine. I remember the taste of succulent lamb kebabs on a bed of fragrant Iranian rice laced with saffron as if it were yesterday. The highlight is the amazing hand made bread that they make for you front of your eyes. It is huge, and I mean huge. And so tasty! You can have a fabulously satisfying meal at a very reasonable price, and in the heart of London. Try it.

Patogh: 8 Crawford Place, London, W1H 5NE

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