Established in 1966, Kalamaras is hidden down a quiet mews just off Queensway and was made famous by the Beatles, Peter Sellers and many other icons of that age. The tradition of excellent food and great service continues as the restaurant won a 2013 Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence.
Kalamaras serves authentic and healthy Greek Mediterranean food: hot and cold starters, soups, salads, grilled meat & fish dishes, stews and desserts, and Mezze set menus. Many of the dishes are cooked on the charcoal grill. The restaurant is fully licensed and serves a wide range of Greek wines.
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Venue Details & Map
66 Inverness MewsBayswaterLondonW2 3JQ
- +44 (0)20 7727 9122
- Public transport:
- Bayswater and Queensway Tube stations
A very nice place and friendly staff, perfect for a romantic dinner.
The food was not great, and too expensive, compared to other places we have eaten in London.
We had the skewed chicken with rice, and the rice was watery and bland and the carrots and peas in did nothing for the taste. The chicken was tasty until I came across a bit that was bloody - which of course is noting to...more
Have been eating at this small neighborhood gem for the last 20 years - definitely worth it for great, authentic greek food!more
'Tasty Authentic Greek Food'
Value for money - yes.
Service with a smile - yes but slow at times.
Authentic Taste - absolutely.
Would I eat here again - more than likely.
This restaurant was no different then walking into a Greek Taverna in Athens except the only difference was it was in the heart of Bayswater London.
The food menu was extensive and at times I felt I was spoilt by...more
OK. The place was well decorated. The food was nice, especially the dessert. The service was not so caring, you had to call them if we we're run out of water. . .
You get though the Greek taste.
Tip: get the retsina!more
Hit and miss. The grilled octopus appetizer was done perfectly -- but my main dish (lamb) was overcooked. Wine was great (and reasonability priced), baklava average, and service was below average. Also, I'm going to become the richest man in the world after I introduce the concept of air conditioning to the restaurants of the UK. All joking aside, it was a painfully hot day -- and even hotter...more