Find out what Middle Eastern restaurants to try in Hounslow. Hounslow (/ˈhaʊnzloʊ/) is a large commercial town and district in west London, England, 11.1 miles (17.9 km) southwest of Charing Cross. It is the administrative centre of the London Borough of Hounslow. It is identified as a major metropolitan centre in the London Plan.
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5 based on 282 reviews
This place has everything going for it.First and foremost the food is delicious. They somehow manage to transform ingredients that youâre used to seeing into rich, mouth watering delights (which look pretty good too). Iâd definitely recommend the Shishandaz - it was incredible. The service was great. The women who was running the front did a heroic job, especially as the place was a 100% full the entire time weâre there. People just kept coming; although fortunately no-one seemed to have to wait long for a table. When there was a tiny issue with our order they were incredibly apologetic and went out of their way to rectify it.The decoration is interesting, with lots of little stylish touches. Overall we canât wait to go back.
4 based on 275 reviews
The best Turkish and mediterranean cousine in Brentford. Great selection of starters and meat as well vegeterian dishes all with fresh ingredients. Cozy and authentically furnished hall and a view of river thames. Far from the noisy traffic close to taste
Iâve vined and dined at Galata Pera many times and never been disappointed, friendly and welcoming owner and staff, by far the best and well presented Mediterranean/Turkish food Iâve had. Itâs always a pleasant experience, you canât go wrong . Thanks again.Thank you for the beautiful words :)You are always welcome.
4 based on 663 reviews
Annayu offers a unique blend of classic and contemporary Indian cuisine. Our main dishes are authentic and traditional, drawing inspiration from every region of India. On either side of classic main courses, we encourage our chefs to be creative: with sta
We were delighted to find an authentic Indian restaurant in our airport hotel, and though it was expensive, the food was excellent. We started with poppadums and dips then had veggie pakora and tandoori scollops. For mains we had a prawn curry and dhal and creamed spinach. All wonderfully strong and clean flavours and more than enough to fill us up. Decent wine, not cheap, but I guess these are London prices.Dear shaunsouthernThank you experiencing our excellent unique Indian food as you have described it in your five star review. We are pleased that you found it authentic and with you being delighted our team here are also encouraged to continue the good work done.Best regards Manager
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