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.
|Precio por cubierto||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) por cubierto|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
25 Heddon Street
- +44 (0)20 7434 2011
Top 5 reviews of Momo Restaurant
Visited the cafe part of momo and I enjoyed the ambience and the drinks so much! The interior is like no other 'cafes' I've been to. Had the rose mint tea and it's like sweetened mint tea with some rose scent added to it. Very aromatic and warming. Also had their pudding-like dessert which was also quite good. more
A real fun and different place to eat on a cool side street off of Regent Street shopping area. The lamb was to die for and we loved the mint tea and sorbet as a compliment to our meal. more
We went for a friend's birthday dinner and had a good time.
The food was pretty solid overall. We had the tasting menu, which came with a number of taster starters and mains, including chickens, sausages, beef and vegetable dishes. Their couscous was phenomenal, which went nicely with all the dishes. I'm not a big fan of African food, but I enjoyed the experience this evening.
Service was... 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
Last night we celebrated my daughter's 15th birthday. We had a good variety of tasty Morrocan dishes. The food was absolutely delicious, the environment could not be better. A glamorous morrocan dance show was performed by one the staff members who brought the pre-ordered cake (£36) in her hands while dancing to the fascinating morrocan rhythms.
They didn't have a list of single malt... more