A fusion of Moroccan, Lebanese and Mediterranean aromas, this popular and cosy restaurant on Church Street in Canterbury is a hit with local food-lovers. The dark and exotic souk-style dining room
at Azouma – decorated with lanterns, low tables and mountains of cushions – is a fun place for dinner parties and romantic meals, and every Thursday night the restaurant hosts live belly dancers.
Couscous dishes, spicy chargrills, home-baked bread and pastries are all served here – and signature dishes from the kitchen include the tagine djej bzetoun – a slow-cooked dish with chicken,
piquant lemons and olives; and the samakeh harrah – sea bass baked in a traditional Lebanese fashion.