A souk somewhere in the Middle East must have been stripped bare to fill this self-styled ‘Arabic den’ with rugs, lattice screens, exotic lanterns and a veritable desert caravan of ethnic paraphernalia. Welcome to Mourad Mazouz’s fun-loving homage to his homeland – a designer dream-world full of parading A-listers and bedouin wannabes. On the menu, there are favourites aplenty, from harira soup, flaky pigeon pastillas or baby aubergines with labneh, broad beans and lemon confit to de rigueur tagines served with top-notch couscous (we recommend the duck version with kale, turnips and orange zest). Momo’s grill also delivers ‘superb’ meats (merquez sausage, lamb cutlet, honey-roast quail and chicken kofta). If you’re hooked, you can take afternoon tea next door at little Mô (with its pleasant outdoor terrace); alternatively, hit the Kemia cocktail bar/music lounge downstairs.
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