At the heart of Zayna restaurant lays a passion and innate flair for traditional Punjabi cooking. The brainchild of chef Riz Dar, Zayna in London offers a refined menu of traditional favourites and signature house creations, all served in plush yet authentic surroundings. As well as enjoying a faithful following in London, Zayna restaurant is praised extensively in The Michelin Guide.
|Spesa media per un primo||£16.00 (USD 22.39) per diner|
|Spesa media per il cibo||£35.00 (USD 48.97) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
25 New Quebec Street
- +44 (0)20 7723 2229
Top 5 reviews of Zayna Restaurant
Great food, very steep price! We were in the area so we thought might as well stop by since it was a Pakistani restaurant.
I definitely felt underdressed, given most people were wearing formal shirts and pants. The owner however was very kind and let us sit down and offered us water and drinks immediately.
The menu isn't overwhelming; it has just the right number of options. We ordered the... more
We specifically went here to eat their "falooda". The service at this restaurant is just horrible!!! We were a party of six, one of my friends was carrying a water bottle which she was about to put away in her bag and the hostess very rudely said that outside drinks are not allowed!! Then we sat for about 10 mins and no one attended....no drinks....nothing! We were handed the menus and we... more
Lovely restaurant with tasty food. Try the lamb chops! The paneer was excellent as well - something for everyone and a very nice staff and atmosphere. more
This place always delights me and my business guests. Service is top notch and food is incredible. Amazing naan, chicken and lamb. Can accommodate gluten free and vegan so you can indulge yourself while keeping your healthy eating habits in check. A must if you enjoy this type of cuisine! We shared many plates, including paneer, rice, lentils. Everything was delicious! more
Delightful, up-scale Pakistani restaurant. Best dishes we had were the butter chicken, the lamb curry, chicken biryiani, and the seekh kabab. (Those are not the names on the menu, but you can order them by these names. The actual names on the menu were unfamiliar to me.) The dishes were balanced in flavor, appropriately salted, and bore the kick that one expects in Pakistani cuisine. They... more