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out of the hustle and bustle of the West End and into Momo on Heddon Street – are u in Morocco? No but you could easily be mistaken. From Ramsay’s best restaurant appearance to rave reviews from friends we were expecting good things and we weren’t disappointed.

We opted to sit in the Kemia Bar rather than the main restaurant – sensual and authentic, the atmosphere is informal and perfect for bigger groups.

We indulged in the Strawberry Shisha, just one of the many flavours on offer and the Momo special cocktails, the restaurant’s signature cocktail with fresh mint, almost like a mojito.

The bar section serves tapas style dishes, we sampled a selection including the battered prawns – recommended by the waiter as one of the best dishes on the menu – golden balls of juicy, succulent prawns.
Chicken skewers laced in Moroccan spices, lentil salad, battered goats cheese, lamb kofta, Zaalouk – a

To sum it up in one sentence; the meats were tender, the food was full of flavour and the portions were generous. Priced at £15 for three dishes or £21 for five, it’s pretty good value and we for one will be heading back soon!

25 Heddon Street, W1B