London’s Kings Cross diners are blessed to have the Persian/Iranian and Mediterranean cuisine of restaurant Del’ish at their disposal. Del’ish opened on New Year’s Eve 2013 on the corner of Whitfield and Warren Streets, and since then Del’ish have added delivery options to make sure their delicious dishes are disseminated as far around London as possible. The reviews are resoundingly good – Del’ish is an example of superior Persian and Mediterranean cuisine.
the food and the atmosphere were very enjoyable and the service could not have been better. my client was also very impressed with the food.
The food was excellent. Everything was perfect and the taste of the food is just so good. Thanks a lot Del'ish for this incredible food experience!
The restaurant was ideal, needed somewhere where we could chat and catch up. The food was excellent we all enjoyed our choices and the service was extremely good. We had a great evening
The quintessential, vegetarian Persian appetiser of Kashke Bademjoon is the perfect
way to begin a meal fit for a king at Kings Cross’ Del’ish, a restaurant offering
authentic Persian, Iranian, and Mediterranean cuisine at great prices. Another choice
mezze ideal for sharing is the platter of veal sausages known as soutzouki,
something of an anomaly on Del’ish’s menu – these bangers are Balkan. It’s a
testament to the diversity of Del’ish’s menu, though, which also includes a number
of luxurious, saffron-scented treats as the zereshk polo and morgh, a chicken
casserole served on fragrant barberry rice. Another specialty is the curiously named
shishlick, a mouth-watering grilled dish of saffron-marinated lamb with tomatoes.
As food critic Fay Maschler pithily writes in her column in the Evening Standard, Del’ish’s mixed platters speak of skill on the grill. With delivery now available, satisfying homebound diners and nearby office workers alike, there’s no excuse not to check out Del’ish in London’s Kings Cross’, for a real taste of Persia.