Moroccan in The West End

Overflowing with cushions and lamps, and staffed by tambourine-playing waiters, this atmospheric Moroccan restaurant has warm service and dishes as exciting as you dare to be. After the mezze, eschew the traditional and ordinary tagine (stew cooked in a clay pot) and couscous, and tuck into the splendid Moroccan speciality pastilla (wood pigeon pie).

There’s outside seating on this quiet backstreet in the warmer months.