Since opening in 2007, Sufi has been in for constant praise from professional food critics and online reviewers alike. One of the major draws for this West London restaurant is the kashk-e bademjam, an aubergine dip with a smoky whey flavouring which diners rave about. The restaurant has a clay oven to ensure that the flatbreads, served alongside the array of dips, are as delicious as everything else on the menu. Another reason for this eatery’s popularity is the fantastic value for money. If you’re hankering for Persian cuisine, this spot should be high on your list.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
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Venue Details & Map
70 Askew RoadLondonW12 9BJ
Top 5 reviews of Sufi Restaurant
We got dinner at Sufi when we were visiting friends. It was an absolutely amazing meal. The lamb is cooked perfectly, the nan is cooked in front of you in their own stone oven and the service couldn't be more friendly and helpful. Highly recommend eating here. more
Simply can't get any better! It's been almost 3 years since the last time I dined here (I live in the States) and still can't get over the fact that I'm not able to eat there more often.
the service is phenomenal and the staff are just going out of their way to be nice and helpful.
as far as the food, It just the best thing you can ask foranywhere and I mean inside and outside of Iran and... more
Great value Persian (Iranian) cuisine on Askew Road that's long been a favourite on the Time Out Cheap Eats list. It's actually quite hard to notice Sufi as you drive or take the bus down the street, but unmissable if you walk. Why? Because they have a modest shop front but it has a outlet pipe for their stone-bake bread oven which pipes out the beautiful smell of cooking flatbreads every... more
It's quite a journey to get to but worth it. I recommend taking the 266 from Hammersmith which'll bring you close to the restaurant on Askew.
For 3 ppl, we ordered the combination platter & bread. It was so delicious that I nearly filled myself up from it. The noodle soup is also rich with amazing flavors and it can be quite filling. For mains, the grills are cooked well but think I've... more
A little haven stuck between some rather lackluster high street shop fronts.
We sat at the table at the front of the restaurant. Between us and the window was a guy making fresh naan bread in a tandoori oven. He did so with a smile on his face, and it was the nicest (and lightest!) naan bread I've ever eaten.
After reviewing the menu for a while, I looked at my friend and declared 'it's... more