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  • 4.0 star rating

    Mzouda is a must try for all who love eating out, because it is something different. I do get fed up with the the same old, Indian or Chinese, or even fine dining. It is nice to have something a bit out of the ordinary, and Mzouda is just that. Although moroccan is usually quite fruity by nature, not everything on the menu was the fruit cous cous that I had strange notions it would be.

    Some of the food actually tasted quite greek, or what restaurants have led me to believe was Greek. I would come here again, it is so nice to relax and to have a bit of privacy from the big bad city and everything in fast forward.

  • 4.0 star rating
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    Mzouda is a lovely warm little Moroccan and Spanish restaurant, not far from the MItchell Library and Charing Cross. Very traditional and welcoming, with great deals via 5pm and set-price menus. Service is excellent, especially as my visits have been at quiet times.

    Their filo pastry parcels with cream cheese and spinach are delectable - my mouth waters just thinking about them! The main courses are excellent also, I recommend the kebabs (lamb and chicken). I'm dying to dine here again, particularly for these two courses, which is a rare event for a dessert-lover like me. They also have a great wine selection.

    Mzouda is a great location for a quiet meal, particularly on a date or a small family celebration. Highly recommended!

  • 4.0 star rating

    There's not many authentic Moroccan (or even Spanish) restaurants around so this place is quite welcome with its friendly staff and pleasant atmosphere. Nothing stands out as particularly exciting on the menu, but everything we tried was really nice and seems to be the real thing. The only option available is the 2-courses for £12 menu, which is reduced to £9 before 7pm making this place well worth a visit. Note that this place no longer seems to have a license to serve alcohol, byob or otherwise.

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