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There’s only one restaurant in the west London town of Brentford where a fiery passion for food can be quenched by delicious drinks in one fell swoop, and there’s no better place to host such a feat than in Brentford’s former fire station along the High Street. Taking this ornate, red-brick edifice for its name, The Old Fire Station is a Persian restaurant and Cuban-style bar all rolled into one. The home fires are certainly burning here, with beautiful Middle Eastern bread baked fresh daily on site.
We were the only ones in there so atmosphere not great, maybe busier at weekends. Food ok, don't think I would go again. Service was good on the plus side, waitress very nice.
The atmosphere here is always lovely and the food is excellent. We received a very warm welcome on a cold day and would definitely return.
Food was decent Service was quite good Will definitely come back Music system to be improved delicious coctails Great prices Would highly recommend for evening drinks
The Old Fire Station along Brentford’s High Street bills itself as an Atash Persian
restaurant and bar. This has a wonderful sense to it – atash is Persian for fire,
the element that reigned supreme in the cosmology of the ancient Zoroastrians, who
still literally keep sacred fires burning in modern Iran and the surrounding region.
How incredibly appropriate then, that Brentford’s old fire station is home to The Old
Fire Station, where Persian cuisine is created with an all-consuming passion. The
Old Fire Station’s menus are laden with fine Persian dishes, typically incorporating
green herbs with fruit and nuts, vegetables and rice with meat and fish, delicately
infused with saffron, lemon and lime, cinnamon, parsley and olive oil.
If all this passionate Persian cuisine is getting you hot under the collar, quench your thirst with Brentford’s best mojito. The Old Fire Station’s gorgeous, unmissable premises along the High Street boast a separate bar called The Den – available for private hire – where award-winning mixologists whip up the classic Cuban drink and many more for your indulgence. Speaking of private hire, The Old Fire Station is a superlative venue for a private function or party. The Back Room, occupying the entirety of the second floor, is an elegant space where the same fantastic Persian cuisine and Cuban-style drinks can be laid on en masse.