Ceru Soho

11 D’Arblay Street , London, W1F 8DS

Ceru London restaurant Mediterranean food drink

SquareMeal Review of Ceru Soho

Following its South Ken debut, this is the second London site for Levantine restaurant Ceru. Yellow walls and brightly coloured Moroccan ceramics make for a spritely, vibrant interior, and the menu has a light edge too being wholly gluten- and dairy-free (many of the options are also vegan). The open-plan kitchen turns out small plates aplenty including an earthy pancar dip made with roasted beetroot, yoghurt, garlic and crushed pistachio; also worth trying is a refreshingly crisp apple, mint and pomegranate salad. Among the larger plates, slow-roasted lamb shoulder doesn’t hold back on flavour, marinated in a 12-spice blend and served with pomegranate, fresh mint and pistachio sauce. Drinks are equally varied, with a wine list that traverses the Mediterranean, plus cocktails and vegan, gluten-free beers. Ceru is set to open all through the day, seven days a week.

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