Orjowan is a family-run restaurant that offers its guests a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Simply enjoy the friendly service and a night out with your friends, and especially do enjoy the tasty and masterfully prepared mezze that have become synonymous with excellent Lebanese cuisine. Delicious and fresh, every single item on the menu of Orjowan on Kenway Road will come to you as a very special treat. Earl’s Court tube station is just around the corner.
Just around the corner from Earl’s Court tube station: Orjowan on Kenway Road is a family-run restaurant that is treating you fine Lebanese food. Infusing every single dish with that very special je-ne-sais-quoi that’s like a signature, the head chef oversees the freshly prepared dishes and makes sure that you’re served nothing but the finest from the Mediterranean. The inviting décor and friendly service are boons to your perfect stay and a great time out – the helpful service are glad to assist you in choosing the dish that’s just right for you.
Not that you’d be hard-pressed finding something suitable: the menu is chock-full with wonderful selections from the Mediterranean, where especially Lebanese cuisine has succeeded in carving out a space for itself. Try the mezze that come in various sizes and you’ll see for yourself that middle-eastern cuisine is a culinary force to be reckoned with. Both hot and cold, mezze capture the flavour and the spirit of Libanon, being both simple yet eclectic in taste at the same time. And trust the wizards at Orjowan on Kenway Road to bring you the very best in Lebanese food, day for day.
The food and service was great! The hummus was creamy and delicious, topped with tender lamb shawarma. The smoked aubergine spread with tomato and pomegranate was really yummy. The gluten free pita option was also very welcome. We would gladly visit again!
Great food, great selection. Ordered the mixed grill, and many of the starter items. Everything was great. You can’t go wrong with this place for authentic Lebanese food.
Lovely food and very helpful staff . My wife has a gluten intolerance and they were very happy to amend our order accordingly Would not hesitate to return
Came here tonight based on yelp reviews. It was close to our hotel. Small place, and attentive service. Everything was delicious. We started with lentil soup that was so flavorful. The croutons were a nice add. We split two warm mezzes: haloumi cheese that was grilled (ohmygod) and spinach and onion pastries. The spicy prawn dish was amazing. We had house wine. Very nice. I hope to return on this trip or the next.
The food was divine. We had a table of four. The waiter recommended we have 6 starters and 2 main courses to share between us and he was spit on. The 6 starters gave us the opportunity to try various dishes and the two mains came with rice. We had a beautiful bottle of red Lebanese wine to accompany the meal and all cost a very reasonable €40 per head. Superb value for this quality establishment with very helpful staff. Dinner was rounded off with Lebanese liqueur and coffees all round. It was the first visit for most of us to a Lebanese and if they are all this good, we’d be eating there every week. Take a bow Orjowan!
Seriously delicious Lebanese food. Generous helpings and a few complimentary treats added. Super friendly waiter and very understanding of our delay in getting there. Only tainted by an annoying tipping system which meant that we paid twice for service. There was a 'service charge' on the bill, which came to 12% added on to the bill. When paying by card, the machine asked if I wanted to add a tip (in addition to the service charge). I asked the waiter to confirm that service was included in the bill, and he said that the service charge was for the owner not for the waiters. He was very nice and polite and said he didn't mind if we didn't tip him, enough so that I would have felt guilty if I had not given him a separate tip, and I couldn't figure out how to get past this second 'tipping step' on the machine anyway, so I added a 10% tip. So, effectively, we paid 22% for service. The food was delicious. The meal was good value. The service was great. It's just a pity that one feels slightly 'had' by the necessity of double tipping like this. And having worked as a waitress in the past myself, I'm sure the waiter was telling the truth when he said that the 'service charge' is not passed onto waiting staff.
We had a really good early evening meal at Orjowan before heading off to a concert. The food was excellent - the manager provided advice on what combination of mezzes would go together which was good. Our only quibble was that the main courses arrived before we had completely finished our starters, so we felt a bit rushed. That was only a minor thing and we would definitely recommend the Orjowan to anyone.
I am never disappointed when I visit Orjowan. I visit a lot of Lebanese restaurants around London and Orjowan is on my top 5 restaurants to eat at. Would definitely recommend, its relaxed, friendly, they don't rush you and the food is full of flavour.
Excellent restaurant! We have been to many Lebanese restaurants in London and this one is really first class! Fresh, delicious and above all GENEROUS helpings of fabulous food and wine, all brought quickly with great service and a lovely casual, easy atmosphere. It's a favourite with our family and friends, and we always enjoy ourselves at Orjowan! Can't wait to go back!
It was a really lovely place, the staff were really quick to seat us. We had a reservation, which I would recommend doing as it looks like it is quite popular (we went on a Friday evening and there often were people queuing throughout the evening). The food was really good and came quickly considering it was very busy. They have a selection of Lebanese wines to choose from and are worth trying. We had a wonderful rosé to go with the food. The staff were really attentive and friendly. It made for a lovely evening. Worth noting that the restaurant is quite small with a lot of tables but not uncomfortably so for myself or the other diner who was with me.