About Chez Abir

Lebanese food made with love is the driving force at Chez Abir, one of West Kensington’s most beloved restaurants and a leader in the realm of Lebanese cuisine in London. Simple furnishings and lovely interior decor make the restaurant as comfortable as a living room, a place where you’ll want to kick back and relax with great food and your closest friends and family. Located on Blythe Road, just steps from Kensington station, Chez Abir is well-connected to the rest of the city – and that’s some seriously good news.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 9:00 pm
Wednesday
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Thursday
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Friday
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday
12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Sunday
12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Address

Chez Abir
34 Blythe Road, Kensington
London W14 0HA

Menu Highlights

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Starters

Hommos

Chickpeas puree with sesame paste and lemon juice
£4.50

Kellaj (V)

Charcoal grilled lebanese bread filled with halloumi cheese
£5.25

Bastorma

Thin slices of cured smoked beef fillet covered with special spices
£6.25
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Mains

Farrouj Meshwi

£11.00

Kafta Meshwi

Charcoal-grilled skewers of marinated chciken cubes, served with or without garlic sauce
£12.00

Kibbeh Saynieh

Minced lamb mixed with spices and cracked wheat, filled with sauteed minced meat
£13.00

More about Chez Abir, London

West Kensington’s Chez Abir is the type of place to visit when you have a hankering for comfort food or when you’re longing for a good ol’ fashioned family environment. The staff is unbelievably friendly and happy to make recommendations for newbies to the cuisine, and also knowledgeable about the food’s ingredients, making it a great restaurant for vegans or diners with particular dietary restrictions. Ideal for large groups and also available for catering, the staff at Chez Abir on London’s Blythe Road goes out of their way to make diners feel like part of the family.

If you’re the type of indecisive person who stares at a menu 30 minutes before choosing an entree, we recommend taking the easy route and ordering up Chez Abir’s popular lunch platter. Served only from 12 pm to 6pm, this smorgasbord of delectable Lebanese flavours includes a platter of 5 mezzes, two skewers of shish taouk and kafta, dessert, and a cup of coffee. Better yet, let yourself be surprised and order the dish of the day. Be advised, London’s Chez Abir is closed on Mondays and is reservation-only the rest of the week, so don’t forget to reserve your table in advance for this West Kensington restaurant!

16 Chez Abir Reviews

Excellent
5.3/6
16 Reviews
Atmosphere:Pleasant
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Great value
Service:Excellent
Food:Outstanding
Noise levels:Very pleasant
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"Excellent"6/6
William W.2 months ago · 1 review

Small cosy restaurant. Warm welcome, and service was excellent with superb advice on a good selection of food to eat. The food was delicious. We all loved the meal and the restaurant

"Excellent"6/6
Clothilde C.2 months ago · 1 review

Food is delicious and fresh. Staff is lovely. One of my favourite place for a quiet evening out - I have been coming here for years!

"Excellent"6/6
Isabelle B.2 months ago · 1 review

Delicious food and great value for the money. EA great option in the Olympia neighborhood--even easy to pop over for lunch during a show at Olympia. Staff is very nice and friendly.

"Excellent"6/6
Raja K.3 months ago · 1 review

Wonderful place, the staff very attentive, personal, and friendly. Being Lebanese I can say the food was superb, and felt like home. Will return next time I am in London.

"Great"5/6
Victoria P.9 months ago · 11 reviews

Booked this restaurant to celebrate a friend's birthday. Very nice range of food at reasonable prices. We enjoyed the Mixed Platter of meat skewers and the grilled chicken wings. One of the pieces was somewhat undercooked, but it didn't stop our enjoyment of this nice, quiet Lebanese based opposite the rather extravagant Blythe House, which is currently home to the V&A archives. Our table host was a newbie and she was doing well, considering the growing crowd in the restaurant on a Saturday night! They gave us complimentary olives and Baklawa, which was lovely. Overall, a good experience.

"Great"5/6
Luca B.3 months ago · 3 reviews

The food was brilliant, great value for money. We had a set menu for 4 people so as to try different things: a very good decision. The service was a bit slow. It's a family-managed restaurant and there was only one single waitress for all the restaurant (capacity 20/25 persons).

"Excellent"6/6
Aniko J.2 years ago · 1 review

Seriously AMAZING food. One of best Lebanese I have had. I rate it higher than the famous Maroush. Only thing it lacks a little is atmosphere, lighting is a bit too bright and no gentle background music. Lovely staff too.

"Excellent"6/6
Ralph P.2 years ago · 1 review

As usual, excellent freshly prepared food, by a chef-owner who is passionate about Lebanese food a good Lebanese wine list, served by attentive staff. Reasonably priced and our preferred choice of a Lebsnese restaurant in London

"Excellent"6/6
Michelle P.2 years ago · 1 review

The food was great and the staff were polite, efficient & made the expriance even better. If you plan to eat here make sure you book in advance as they only have about 40 seats.

"Great"5/6
Jennifer L.2 years ago · 1 review

Fantastic Lebanese food, great variety of starters and the chicken and lamb kebabs are beautifully moist. And I highly recommend fatoush salad. The atmosphere is very relaxing with friendly attentive service.