About Bosa Kitchen
A Lebanese restaurant that’s making waves in the heart of Southfields, Bosa Kitchen is a family-run joint that’s bringing traditional cuisine to the forefront. Open every day of the week, Bosa Kitchen has become a beloved meeting point for families, friends and coworkers, all looking to indulge in some of London’s best mezze. Here you’ll be met with a sophisticated atmosphere, friendly servers and incredible cuisine, all for a fantastic price. Favourites from the mezze selection include the moussaka, the labneh, halloumi cheese and the calamari. If you’re a meat-lover, try the lamb shawarma served with tahini sauce, onion, tomato and pickles. The restaurant also offers tasty breakfasts, wraps, and even a kids’ menu. Be sure to book ahead for this fantastic new Lebanese restaurant on Replingham Road.
- Monday 11:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday 11:00 - 23:00
- Wednesday 11:00 - 23:00
- Thursday 11:00 - 23:00
- Friday 11:00 - 23:00
- Saturday 11:00 - 23:00
- Sunday 11:00 - 23:00
Warm and welcoming staff - not too busy, waiter was attentive and friendly. The food was delicious - we had hot mezze and humous with pita followed by lamb wraps. Lovely evening.
Excellent selection of hot and cold mezze as well as main dishes and wraps. Food was lovely, friendly staff and nice atmosphere. Bosa is not licenced but can byob.
Food was really good and very tasty. We had mezze dishes and all were fresh with lots of variety. Service was quick. Atmosphere was nice too.
Five of us shared a hot mezze to start which so tasty, followed by individual main dishes that were equally good. Very busy even though a Monday and can see why. Any criticism? No vestibule so if any thoughtless diner leaves the door open, a blast of cold enters. Realised Southfields has a few residents who must live in a barn! But that is minor in comparison to great food, great service and good atmosphere.
I didn't find it as good as the last time when a group of us came to the restaurant about xmas time. The only hot vegetaian food on the menu seemed to be mousaka. I wanted something with chicken so I ended up with a chicken salad which I thought was quite expensive for what I had. My friend had the Vegetarian mousaka which was tiny. I also thought the small bottle of fizzy water was expensive at £2.75. We also had desert which was not a slice of chocolate cake which I ordered, instead we got chocolate icecream. Overall it was not very good for the money. Also there were deliveries going in and out so my friend kept having to shut the door as it was so cold!
18/07/16...We went for meat Mezze around £33 (for 2adults) and fish fingers £7 for the little one(inc.juice), espresso and water. ..and ended up paying £56, well over our estimated!!. .No alcohol selling inside ... Very friendly staff ! Out of around 6 different kind of meat only one was chewy ... Scewer/marinated chicken cubes delicious ! So good food but check your bill...
Nice atmosphere. The food was good. The place is bring your own booze. I thought that the £1 corkage fee for each beer was a bit expensive.