Featured in Time Out's '100 best dishes in London 2012', Kateh serves authentic Persian food in West London. Sitting by the canal in Little Venice, the restaurant is relaxed and intimate, whilst the menu adds modern touches to traditional Persian cuisine. Kateh restaurant also has a beautiful garden terrace, and an extensive wine list.
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5 Warwick PlaceSt. John's WoodLondonW9 2PX
- Public transport:
- Warwick Avenue, Underground
The owner is such a friendly guy always happy and very helpful! The staff are the same, always helpful and polite.
The food is lovely, joojeh chicken is amazing on the bone. Wines are great as well! It's quite a small restaurant so it can get quite loud when it's full. The walls are bare(ish) so the sound bounces off quite a lot. There's a private table downstairs if you're a big party which...more
I had a terrific experience in this restaurant and feel the need to write a nice little review, but I must caution any readers to check more current reviews because my visit was several months ago.
Kateh is located five minutes from the Warwick Avenue tube on a little side street. It's sandwiched between the Warwick Castle pub and Clifton Gardens Nursery.
After a few drinks at a nearby pub,...more
Very nice Persian restaurant on a quiet side street near Warwick station - small but clean and well appointed. I found the cuisine here to be excellent and perhaps a bit more "progressive' than some more traditional style Persian restaurants.
The Dezfouli salad was quite good - an excellent balance of the tart pomegranate with cucumber and quite refreshing (if not a bit small).
Went back last night and it was still gorgeous as I remember - the portions are small but tasty.., my favourite are still cold starters and grill. Any salad / cold meze are excellent and any frill is lovely. Meat dishes tend to be better than sea food.more
The food is good, but the service is extremely slow and amateurish. I also felt like the majority of the staff were only interested in their Farsi speaking customers. So I'm not to inspired to go out of my way to return. Poor service aside (and the serious stomach cramps that doubled me over 30-minutes after meal), the food is pretty good.
The kashke bademjan - baby aubergines with mint,...more