Morocco in London: Moroccan Garden at Meza

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Spice up your summer with a visit to the Moroccan Garden at Meza Bar & Grill in Soho.

The restaurant is offering both the taste and feel of Marrakech to visitors this month, as it has transformed its atrium into a Bedouin tent serving Moroccan-style mezze.

Enjoy dishes including marinated lamb and merguez kebabs; nut tabbouleh and saffron yoghurt; and harisa aubergines, while taking in the colours and scents of the Middle East.

Moroccan Garden at Meza until 31 Aug 2011

Where else can you find Moroccan culture in London? Let us know in the comments below.


  1. Hannah says:

    That Moroccan food looks amazing! You can learn to make your own Moroccan mezze at Food at 52 in Clerkenwell

  2. Zoe Craig says:

    There’s also a Moroccan theme at el cantara in soho.

    Here’s some of their upcoming events:

    24th August: Moroccan night, complete with a belly dancer and drummer and a delicious Moroccan feast of mezzes, tagines and baklawa. With tea and a glass of wine all part of the deal, tickets are available at £23.95 per person.

    5th October: el cantara presents its Hookah Event, whereby any customer buying two shishas will receive two complimentary cocktails. This is the perfect opportunity to try out the venue’s extensive shisha menu. On offer is a variety of non alcoholic flavours such as apple, milk and pomegranate, but for an extra buzz, the shisha can be filled with Jack Daniel’s, Courvoisier or even Veuve Clicquot.

    26th October: Moroccan and Spanish Night. Starting from 8pm and featuring belly dancing and flamenco performances, tickets will be available at £26.95 per person

  3. Hannah says:

    A nice exhibition of Moroccan weaving at the Brunei Gallery until 17 Dec:

  4. Jenny says:

    “Inspring Morocco” an exhibition of Moroccan culture has created a Moroccan riad inside Harrods where you can sip complimentary mint tea, shop for handcrafted Moroccan goods and view kaftans, painting and photography from Morocco. 24 Oct-18 Dec 2011

  5. sumyra says:

    D’gaf in leyton is a really nice moroccan themed restaurant, you can hire rooms out too.

    The tent in ilford is good with entertainment too.

    And lastly the canopy in westferry.