An unusual restaurant in London

In the heart of trendy London, 20 metres away from the shopping area of Regent Street, there is an unusual and trendy restaurant, run by an Algerian Kabyle, Mourad Mazouz, nicknamed Momo. Located in the little Heddon Street, which has now become very fashionable mainly thanks to Sir Terence Conran who opened his Bar Zinc there, Momo's restaurant is the place to be for all the chic and eccentric London party goers.

Oriental atmosphere

The place offers a friendly and oriental atmosphere, filled with typical decor from North Africa: coloured glass and ornate brass lamps, spices from hot lands, wall seats covered with comfortable and colourful pillows are blend harmoniously while a mixture of world music is played in the background. The cuisine is inspired from the Maghreb with a profusion of pastillas, tagines and couscous, reworked by the chef that teases both the palate and the eyes.

Oriental tea room in London

This little North-African paradise is a place to hang out as well as dine. A typically Moroccan tearoom called "" situated next to the restaurant serves traditional mint tea along with oriental patisseries in the middle of a décor in keeping with a bazaar. The antique objects hunted by Momo himself, are for sale. When you are there, you feel anywhere but in London...

For the party goers the underground was renovated and transformed into the Kémia Bar, decorated with an oriental theme, where the chic English crowds can dance all night along to the lascivious sound of the band Arabesque.

Octobre 2008
MÔ tea room and bazaar
25 Heddon Street
London W1B 4BH
M° Picadilly Circus
Tel: 00 44 208 746 7825