To call Pasha ‘romantic’ hardly does the place justice; it is out-&-out lascivious. This sumptuous Moroccan restaurant on Gloucester Road is a riot of brass & lush red fabrics with a veritable garden of rose petals scattered over every conceivable surface – so it’s probably not the kind of place for entertaining your boss. The sultry atmosphere is ratcheted up in an array of private booths where diners can feast on mezze-style ‘kemia’ dishes from North Africa including jawaneh shwa (char-grilled ginger & lemon confit chicken wings) & mains such as s’csou darna (braised lamb neck, chicken oysters & merguez sausage with couscous). Sadly, the food doesn’t always match the glamorous setting, with gripes about ‘tasteless, poorly cooked’ offerings clouding the picture; the high-decibel belly-dancing music can also make conversation ‘almost impossible’.
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