Al Waha

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Al Waha

Address
75 Westbourne Grove
Notting Hill
London
W2 4UL
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7229 0806
Yelp Reviews

4.5 out of 5 based on 20 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Al Waha

4.0 out of 5 20 January 2016
by Kai C.

This was recommended by a Libanese friend. One in our group were Libanese. So he ordered seversl commutual dishes we ate from. At the beginning appetizers, then main courses, which werr out together for a more commutual eating style.

The price is more on the expensive side, but you get what you pay for. The service was not that on the point. We had to remind him about one dish and a...more

5.0 out of 5 5 December 2015
by Roman W.

My first experience with Lebanese food and right there great one!

I went on Saturday after 8 pm, the place was very busy, but they were very helpful and tried to accommodate me.

Very friendly staff. Great food too. I started with Hummus Kawarmah and I would highly recommend it. Also Arabic salad is worth trying.

I am planning on coming back next time I am in London.more

4.0 out of 5 17 November 2015
by Carlotta C.

Came here with my mother once for a quick catch up on a cold evening and we had a really nice experience. The service is good and I love how you get a bowl of fresh vegetables by default! I ordered the dish of the day which was something with lamb and it was delicious!! And huge! My mother got a chicken option and that was also really good. We also got some hummus and tabouleh. Overall this is...more

5.0 out of 5 6 September 2015
by Faisal L.

For those familiar with London, we know Lebanese food is not a rarity. Edgware Road is full of Lebanese restaurants like Beirut Express, Maroush Garden, and other establishments mostly owned by the same management as Maroush.

However, if you want the best Lebanese restaurant in London, I recommend Al Waha. Tucked away off the quiet Bishops Bridge Road in Bayswater, Al Waha offers an...more

1.0 out of 5 1 September 2014
by Marie F.

Raw chicken in the salad!

This was quite possibly my worst dining experience in London ever and we didn't even get to taste the food. We were served a complimentary "snack" of raw vegetables: carrot sticks, a whole mini cucumber, a large tomato, a radish and a wedge of old salad that were brown along the edges. In itself not too appetizing or easy to eat, but we ate the carrot sticks only to...more

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