Consisting of a luxurious restaurant, bar, café and shady outdoor terrace, Momo is an exotic Moroccan haven on London's Heddon Street.Piping hot tagines and elegantly spiced North African dishes make up the decadent Momo menu. Lunch and decadent Moroccan afternoon tea at Momo are bookable on this site. Dinner is bookable directly on the Momo website.
|Average main course:||£18.00 (USD23.27) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£50.00 (USD64.65) per diner|
Food and DrinkValid from 6 July 2016 to 6 July 2017
2 or 3 courses lunch with a glass of mint tea.
Venue Details & Map
25 Heddon Street
- +44 (0)20 7434 2011
I have been to Momo three times now. Admittedly, this was many years ago. I love the atmosphere of the restaurant and would often take my girl friend their on her birthday. The most disappointing thing for me was I would buy the cake which would cost about twenty pounds. The music would go louder and the staff do a bit of a dance and go to your table be serve you the slice of birthday cake....more
I liked this place. We had a reservation for four people at 6:30pm and we got there a bit early so they let us in and told us we had the table for two hours, which was no problem.
The drinks were good, food was excellent, and the service was just fine - very nice indeed. Also I liked the ambiance and it wasn't very noisy for a London restaurant - our group could talk freely and hear each...more
An authentic Moroccon restaurant, in heart of London, just hidden in a small road behing Regent Street. Excellent environment, music, style, atmoshere, interiors that make you feel that you are no longer in London. The food was really good, properly sized, with strong aromas like genuine Moroccan food. A bit over-priced but totally recommended.more
I came here with a group of my asian girls for lunch, it looks like a nice place and have always wanted to try it. I love Morrocan cuisine, and the ambience of this place felt somewhat plesant too.
They refused to sit us inside, so had to make do with a cold outside, and also they refused to switch the heating on! You cannot sit outside to eat in Winter and not provide warmth, how...more