Souk Bazaar


Stepping into Souk is like stepping into Morocco itself; you are welcomed by low-lighting, low-seating, plush cushions and vivid colour schemes. Souk is also very child-friendly and a popular place for spotting celebrities. However, the food is the biggest star here; North African cooking caters for vegetarians and carnivores alike, incorporating bold and earthy flavours to wonderful effect. Grilled aubergine and potato salad is a popular starter and the tagines here are wonderfully presented. Couscous Royal is well worth a try and the desserts cleanse your palate with subtle, aromatic flavours; try the crepes with chocolate and rose-water cream

Average main course: £10.00 (USD12.26) per diner
Average food spend: £25.00 (USD30.64) per diner

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Souk Bazaar

27 Litchfield Street
Covent Garden
+44 20 7240 1796
Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 27 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Souk Bazaar

5.0 out of 5 12 May 2016
by Nicole W.

This is one of my favourite places. The service is great along with the food. The set menu is plenty of food and at a great deal. Even the drinks are good but watch out they can triple your bill if not careful. But that said still really good. If you have a taste card it's 50% off the food. BONUS!!! It's a great place for any occasion, REALLY. Romance get one of the cubbies, big party get the...more

2.0 out of 5 3 January 2016
by Natasha B.

This place is a little strange. It's insanely close to Leicester Square yet nobody seems to know about it, and on a Wednesday night only two tables were occupied in the upstairs dining area so I have no idea how they afford the location. Dining seems to be on two levels. The aforementioned upstairs is an intimate space. The decor is pleasant and gives it an authentic feeling even if the...more

4.0 out of 5 23 February 2013
by Michelle P.

Souk is so close to Leicester square station, i can't believe i didn't know about it before. The dining room is tiny and warm on a winter night; it's like eating in a fort you made as a child, if you happened to decorate your childhood forts with leather cushions and colourful lamps.

When we first arrived there wasn't any music on, but they soon remedied that. And there was "a problem in the...more

4.0 out of 5 19 January 2013
by Hannes H.

It is a fun experience eating there. The restaurant feels very cosy and food is good. The menu offers a lot of different options and all the dishes I have tried there so far were really good. It also offers very good value for your money, especially in this area. Can recommend it.more

4.0 out of 5 29 September 2012
by Rudy S.

Great authentic food, hands down. Chilled out atmosphere. Good for hanging out and talking. But also great for having a (good) big meal. Great mint tea. Good hummus.

Sensible options for vegetarians.

Not a top rating because, while service was friendly, the waiters kept forgetting, for example, to fill up our jug of tap water when asked a few times. But then, 12.5% service is automatically...more

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