Reena's Restaurant

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About Reena's Restaurant

Where else in northwest London can you find fine Indian dining, music, and a Champagne bar all under one roof? This is precisely what you can find at Wembley’s Reena’s Restaurant, centrally located on The Broadway just a short distance from both North Wembley and Wembley Park stations. With a well-stocked menu of Indian classics rivalled only by a packed schedule of Indian classics when it comes to music, Reena’s is your destination for Asian subcontinental culture.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 11:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:30 pm
5:00 pm - 11:30 pm
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:30 pm


Reena's Restaurant
13 Preston Road, Wembley
London HA9 8JU

Menu Highlights



Veg Samosa

Pastry stuffed with spiced ginger, garlic, onion, coriander & potatoes.

Dal Bhajia

Savouri Frittes made with a variety of ground lentills mix with ginger,garlic and Reena’s spices

Chilli Paneer

Cubes of Indian cottage cheese stir-fried with chopped onions, tomatoes, peppers, ginger, garlic &

More about Reena's Restaurant, London

A warm welcome await all-comers to Reena’s Restaurant, a premier destination in northwest London’s Wembley for lovers of all things Indian; and we do mean all things. This shrine to Asian subcontinental culture at The Broadway covers all the bases, turning up the heat not only in the tandoor, but also on stage and down on the dancefloor. That’s right, Reena’s is not just an Indian restaurant – London has enough of those – but also a venue for live music, Indian style.

From korma to classical raga, aloo chaat to acid house (that is Charanjit Singh’s preternatural ability to turn Bollywood electronic music scores into a premonition of the acid house movement of the late 80s, to which London was certainly not immune), Indian culture is vast, heterogeneous, and fantastic to explore – and it can all be done under one roof. Whose roof? Reena’s roof, down Wembley’s The Broadway which, thanks to Reena’s, is the Bollywood of the northwest corner of the capital.

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