12.00 - 11.30pm Monday to Sunday
Behesht offers a feast reminiscent of a 'Darvish' fairy tale. Genuine antiques, old Persian copper lamps, fountains and warm wood columns create a reflection of Iran 's romanticism when it was known as Persia . Behesht restaurant, in keeping with tradition, is hand-painted in rich red-maroon, turquoise blue and sun gold. Greeted by an impressive waiting room, guests enter the main dining area of the restaurant, filled with the Iranian antiques and rugs and carpets . When seated, the kitchen acts as an attraction for guests as they watch chefs prepare and bake bread in the special tanour bread oven and kebabs on the traditional grill. Enveloped by a beautiful wooden floor, tall columns and a light-blue, sculpted ceiling, the room provides a serene and intimate atmosphere.Read More
Long stretches of Harrow Road are fairly unprepossessing, making Behesht a delightful – if slightly bonkers – surprise. The interior is a no-holds-barred hymn to the (real or imagined) aesthetic traditions of Persia. You’re greeted in the lobby by walls festooned with wooden instruments and hung with tapestries, by dashingly aloof waiters with slicked-back hair, and by an amorous pair of green parrots in a large cage. Through to the dining room, and the decor is yet more flamboyant – fountains trickle and songbirds chirrup among pots, paintings and sculptures. Source:Time outRead more
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Abgusht, literally "meat juice") is a Iranian and Iraqi stew. It is also called Dizi (Persian: دیزی), which refers to the traditional stone crocks it is served in.
One skewer of diced tender baby lamb fillet, one skewers of chicken fillet, one skewers of chicken on the bone, two skewers of minced baby lamb served with grilled tomato
Steam cooked rice mixed with broad beans & fresh herbs, served with chunks of lamb