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Around the world in eatie days - I LOVE LONDON GRUB

The food menu has a great selection of starters and mains as well as a great 'tapas' style set menu

After two servings of the starter selection we tackled the mains. A fantastic array of Moroccan delights arrived which included lamb and chicken tagines, spinach tagine, chick pea tagine and cous cous (there is also a mixed fish tagine available for non meat eaters).

Brilliant food!




View London - The Londoner's Guide to London

A mysterious paradise of all things Moroccan and North African, Souk Medina delivers a wealth of North African cooking and once you step inside you will find it increasingly hard to leave.

If you want to experience a taste of true North African cuisine, Souk Medina really is the place where you can let your senses take control.

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Itchy London - insiders guide

"We stumbled through an intriguing candle-lit tunnel and found ourselves led into another world. The smell of mint and spices hits you first and then you clock the Moroccan finery, with lamps and poufs scattered everywhere.

Souk Medina: way cheaper than a trip to Marrakesh, without the snorting camels and touchy-feely hassle from slipper-sellers. Huzzah!"
www.itchylondon.co.uk


Zagat survey of SOUK Restaurant & Bazaar

Food: 18
Decor: 23
Service: 17
Cost: £23
Open late, open Sunday

"For that Moroccan feeling" come to this "transporting" "party place" in Theatreland with a "magical" atmosphere, "charming" staff and "tasty" North African cooking; "get a table downstairs where you can sit on cushions on the floor", listen to "great music" and watch the belly dancers; a few find it "a bit squashed" with "woeful service", but most are seduced by this "wonderful underground haven."


LondonEating - London's best guide to restaurants and bars

" A restaurant warm atmosphere where on arrival you get greeted by friendly staff wearing traditional Moroccan clothing while the entrance is cleverly set out to look like a Moroccan market.

The decor is charming and you feel relaxed by the warm colours, low lighting, cosy seating areas and the smell of incense burning.

Overall this restaurant/bar is excellent for a romantic meal for two or a night out with a group of friends. "

www.london-eating.co.uk