Just moments away from Kensington Gardens and Notting Hill, Bayswater’s Al Waha delights locals with its fine selection of Lebanese dishes and its beautiful location. Situated on the corner of Westbourne Grove and Garway Road, London’s Al Waha has plenty of nearby transportation connections, including Royal Oak station to the north and Bayswater station to the south. Bring the whole family to this London icon and prepare to be swept away to the Mediterranean as you indulge in the restaurant’s assortment of mezze, grilled dishes and vegetarian specialties.
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Always wonderful. Food that makes you feel alive again, and friendly staff who have been there forever and remember you.
Delicious food and very nice service. I had taken my partner out for a special meal and it was a perfect evening. I highly recommend Al Waha!
Dear diners, please note the following two sittings for Friday & Saturday reservations.
Session 1: 7pm – 9pm
Session 2: 9pm onwards.
Please also be aware that groups of 7 or more guests are required to have a set menu. Thank you!
Meaning oasis in Arabic, Al Waha lives up to its name by providing a calm space to relax in London’s Bayswater, just near Notting Hill. Upon entering, guests are treated to beautiful calligraphic artwork around the dining room, with most pieces having been painted by talented Syrian artist Mouneer Al-Shaarani. In addition to lovely art, the room is enhanced by a number of plants, giving guests an extra helping of oxygen as they eat their flavourful Lebanese selection in the restaurants relaxing, Mediterranean-style atmosphere.
Serving Lebanese cuisine in the heart of London, Al Waha is a must-visit for the city’s foodies, vegetarians, and lovers of healthy Mediterranean cuisine. Known for their unbeatable hummus, the chefs at Al Waha ensure that guests are treated to the best ingredients, healthiest cooking methods and friendliest service when visiting. Order up a glass of red wine and start off with some of the restaurant’s flavourful meze like moutabel (grilled aubergine with sesame paste and lemon juice) and foul moukala (broad beans with garlic, coriander and olive oil), or dive right in to mains such as the Al Waha fish and the vegetarian grilled vegetable platter. With its prime location in London’s Bayswater, close to Notting Hill on Westbourne Grove, Al Waha is open daily for when you need an oasis away from the bustling city.