Food and drink
The menu mixes classic Moroccan and Tunisian with contemporary creations inspired by North African ingredients. Stick with the expertly rendered tagines and couscous and you should have a very fine meal indeed. The exotic cocktails are a point of pride, and rightly so.
At night it has the air of a glamorous Moroccan club, complete with Maghrebian soundtrack, by day it’s surprisingly restrained and elegant. Note: while the chairs are cute, they don’t invite lingering.
Plenty of gusto, but it veers from warm and efficient to chilly and haphazard. Mind you, the punters can be challenging to deal with.
Tucked behind Regent Street in a semi-pedestrianised nest of less-noteworthy restaurants.
The set lunch is £15 for two courses, £19 for three. Dinnertime offers a ‘gastronomic journey through North Africa’ including a house cocktail for £49 per person, otherwise starters are priced from £7 and mains from £17.
Downstairs and on the pavement is the Mô Café serving light meals and mint teas right through from noon until 1am.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Stag / hen parties
- People watching