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is London’s original Arabic den and lives on the delightful Heddon Street hidden away behind the hustle and bustle of Regents Street. With four spaces, the restaurant, café, outdoor terrace and basement bar it’s not just food that’s on offer here, but an electric mix of live music too.

We popped down to tackle their Morroccon and French weekend brunch menu and sat out in the courtyard, it did feel like we could be in Paris or Marrakech…for a bit! The Tchakachouka leapt off the menu tempting us with it’s sausage, spicy peppers, tomato and fried egg. Served with bread we made sure every last bit was mopped up. Top grub. Room for an almond croissant and coffee we definitely did move from Marrakech to Paris.


Momo also has an intimate cinema downstairs where you can catch movies at, but you may want to check the schedule first though…you won’t find Die Hard playing here but you will find homemade spiced popcorn and Bloody Marys.

Momo Resto, 25, Heddon street, London W1B 4BH