Fully Licensed Greek Mediterranean cuisine, open 7 days a week.
We offer both Delivery and Take Away
We are a great venue for Christenings, Weddings and other parties, we can help you plan them to a budget and menu of your choice. Just give us a call.
We are closed for Christmas Day and Boxing Day, 25th & 26th December.
Open Monday- Friday 5pm until Midnight, Saturday and Sunday 12.30 until midnight.
(Last orders 10:30pm)
To make a reservation please call between 4:30pm and 11pm on
+44 (0)20 7727 9122 / 5082.
Starter | Main Course | Dessert | Mezze Set Menu | Wine List | Specials
Established in 1966 and made famous by the Beatles, Mick Jagger, Dusty Springfield, Telly Savalas (Kojak), Peter Sellers and his friends and many other icons of that time. Kalamaras has catered to a wide range of clients, including many actors and models as well as locals, ever since.
Since being established in 1966 we have been serving authentic Greek food of the highest standard which together with our friendly service has given Kalamaras its long-standing reputation as “London’s finest Greek restaurant” and being “a hidden jewel in the backstreets of Bayswater.” With greatly improved facilities such as air-conditioning, central heating, an air extraction and purification unit and a state-of-the-art charcoal barbeque, visitors will enjoy the unique, healthy and authentic flavours of Greece, using the freshest and finest ingredients, served in a relaxed setting. We now have Free Wi-Fi for our guests. Mediterranean food has well established healthy properties, which come from using olive oil, which is a monounsaturated oil and so much healthier than animal or processed fats, and fresh vegetables, fruit, seafood and moderate consumption of red wine.
According to a study in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) in December 2014 a Mediterranean diet helps you live longer by protecting the telomeres: the structures that guard the ends of our chromosomes. Eat a varied Mediterranean diet for longer, healthier telomeres which lead to a longer healthier life. Reported in The Times, 3/12/14