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
So, Kateh was actually recommended to me by an ex back when I studied in London. Without getting too much into my deplorable dating history, let's just say that it was the only good thing I got out of the relationship.
Kateh is probably around a 4-4.5* for the food, but an easy +1 for service, which I've found is genuinely friendly. I've only been here a handful of times (ok, more like two...more
Not bad. Ate dinner here in a group of c. eight people. The meal was perhaps a little expensive, though. The food was good and all, but not high cuisine, and the portions weren't extravagant. The service was friendly and I found our server a rather funny guy. Pleasant ambiance. As I said, the food was fine, but I think there are better value-for-money options out there so I'm in no rush to return.more
Small, intimate space, delicious starters (Aubergine, squid, cucumber salad w pomegranate), unique dessert (20 min cookie and homemade cinnamon ice cream), great wine list. Have yet to try the stews and mains. Reserve in advance, always booked and with good reason. We are so lucky to have this in our neighborhood.more
Kateh is barely 10 tables, so the setting is very intimate. The staff are excellent and service was impeccable. The food is good. The only reason I did not give it a 5 on food, was because I have eaten better Persian food.
Its tucked away near Little Venice, so few people know about it, but given the size, it is advisable to Book a Table before visiting.
There are loads of Vegetarian options...more
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