Snapping at the heels of the award-winning Souk Bazaar comes Samir Mahdi's latest restaurant, the three-floor North African oasis of Souk Medina. Located in the centre of Covent Garden, the downstairs restaurant specialises in delicious tagines and couscous, all served up at affordable prices to a laid-back crowd. Low-level seating, candles and belly dancers add to the romantic kasbah atmosphere.
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1a Short's GardensLondonWC2H 9AT
A great place to come for a casual, authentic dinner with friends. They do belly dancing shows in the back room if you want entertainment while you dinemore
I've visited Souk Medina Four times both with local friends and international friends when I visit London. I always recommend this place to friends visiting London as well, it's a little hidden Gem.
Entering through a curtain doorway down a small alley way you would think you were in Morrocco, the decor is down to a T from floor to ceiling and with wooden carvings, dark wood tables and the...more
This is a lovely restaurant with an authentic feel and interior. The cold orange walls make you feel like you are actually in Morocco but the hanging decorations soften it all up a bit. I popped in for drinks with a group of colleagues and although I was drinking wine I had serious drink-envy of everyone's cocktails. I think it was a Moroccan Mash - a gin and juice combo - that I tried a slurp...more
Reasonably priced, good food and belly dancing. I'm glad we made a reservation as it was packed on Saturday night.more
I visited on Saturday 12th December for our annual Christmas lunch get together. I booked at Souk Bazaar, having visited before. We turned up to find they were closed for lunch, despite making a booking there. Never fear, we were sent to their other restaurant 'Souk Medina' which was about 5 minutes walk away. I'm so glad we did because I had the best lunch ever.
We opted for a lot of tapas...more