Azou specialises in Moroccan, Algerian and Tunisian cuisine, delivering an inventive menu to diners in West London. Everything here, from the ingredients used to the interior design on show, is imbued with the colours and flavours of North Africa. Reviewers and judging panels praise the efficient staff, authentic atmosphere and traditional decor. The beautiful cave-like setting of reds and dark wood, with fabric across the ceiling, is worth visiting on its own.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) a clienti|
£26 to £40
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375 King StreetLondonW6 9NJ
Top 5 reviews of Azou
Victoria was an exceptionally gracious server and hostess, and provided excellent, timely service. We started with an order of hummus and pita, which had a heavenly texture and taste. We ran out of pita before we finished the hummus, and the owner generously brought us a freshly baked basket - without us ever asking. After the hummus and pita we split the chicken couscous. The dish was a... more
We were here for a friend's party. It is a tiny hidden gem with brilliant food and service!
I haven't eaten so much food in the longest time. Their portion size is fine but the contents are quite filling. We had a party menu and I chose these:
Nibbles - Hummus + pita bread
Starters - Briouat (pastry with a filling of brie and goat's cheese)
Mains - Tajine zitoune... more
One of my all time favourite restaurants in London. Tiny, cozy, and full of flavour, this place is somewhere I try and visit every time in town. BEST hummus I've ever had. Seriously I have daydreams about this hummus and it's awful because I have to fly to London to get it. Other high lights of the menu for me are the falafel and tagine romanne-- on the sweet side, full of pomegranate and... more
Stopped here on easy home from Kew gardens. Everything was good. Service was attentive, had the lamb tagine with prunes, apricots, almonds. It was excellent. Also the fish tagine. Dessert was baklava and affogato, both very good. more
I am a bit hesitating about giving it 4 or 5*. I know its reputation, so maybe I should go for the easy 5. Mr Yelp, where is the 4.5*?
This is a quite tiny restaurant with no more than 10 tables. The decoration is really nice and authentic, but I do not get why they use carpets as tablecloths. I was thinking maybe the Europeans use this kind of cloths for the floor, but my Tunisian boyfriend... more