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At a time when Middle Eastern cooking is enjoying a renaissance – served in bright modern venues and produced by kitchens doing interesting things with colour and flavour – there’s something endearingly archaic about Levant’s 1001 Nights aesthetic. The huge underground space is decorated in red and gold or dark wood, dripping with filigreed lamps and lined by pools with red gerberas floating on the surface. The entire look speaks of banquets and belly dancing, and it’s no surprise there’s a programme of evening entertainment here, as well as long tables designed for riotous parties. On a weekday lunchtime, though, this is a quiet, comforting place with sweet, charming staff and an excellent-value set menu. The food isn’t especially memorable, but it’s certainly hearty and generous. Falafel were excellent, creamy and crunchy and fresh from the hot oil, though tagines were let down by soggy couscous and a uniformity of flavour. Nevertheless, bread arrives fresh and hot from the oven, like a scented pillow exuding hot air; it needs to be eaten quickly before cooling to a cardboard state. Such details signify that Levant’s intentions are sound, and that it wants to show you a good time.


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Levant says
Enter the sensuously exotic world of Levant, situated between the hustle and bustle of St Christopher's Place and the fashionable Marylebone High Street.

Set in natural Middle Eastern surroundings and offering an extensive menu it has fast proved itself as one of London's leading Lebanese restaurants. Levant offers a host of authentic signature dishes that you will not find anywhere else in London. The tastes are clean, the combinations harmonious and the colours on the table vivid. From mezze dishes to grilled fish and meat, there is a variety of healthy, fresh and delicious dishes.

Open every day from noon until late, offering the perfect location for intimate dining, a group celebration or for private hire, available all day in both the restaurant and the Mezze Bar.

Levant offers a full and experimental cocktail list and a fully stocked bar and is the perfect place for after work drinks.

The atmosphere is complimented by authentic Middle Eastern music compiled by a resident DJ and glamorous belly dancers appearing nightly - an expression of fantasy and sensuality, the dancers epitomise the femininity at the heart of Levant.
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Venue name: Levant
Address: Jason Court
76 Wigmore Street
Opening hours: Bar Open 5pm-midnight Mon-Thur; noon-2am Fri, Sat; noon-midnight Sun.Restaurant Meals served noon-11pm Mon-Thur; noon-midnight Fri, Sat; noon-11pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Bond Street tube
Price: Main courses £13-£19.50. Set lunch £9.95 2 courses. Set meal £28-£50 3 courses; £50 kharuf feast. Cover £1.50

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I was intending to make a booking at this restaurant for my friend's birthday and was surprised when the person at the end of the phone told me that I had a provisional booking for a table but could not secure a permanent booking for our table until I had given them my card details. I have never ever had to give out my card details to book a table at a restaurant before, all before I'd even stepped inside the place or eaten at their establishment. It seemed seriously suspicious. Honestly, give this place a miss! I put one star so I could post this but I would give this place a ZERO for their down right cheek, if this website gave me the option.


I went to the restaurant with my boyfriend to celebrate his birthday. We ordered some deserts - a cake for my boyfriend and mint tea and Turkish delight etc for me. I told the waiter that my boyfriend has a birthday and asked if they have a little candle. He brought one of these things that I put on champagne bottles and the stuff was going on the cake which practically made it uneatable. Then when the bill arrived i saw that we we charges 4 pounds for this(I asked for a candle, not the thing that ruined the cake, and I even have to pay for it?!). We were also charges for two mint tea desserts(I ordered one) and there was a strange 3 pounds item called Cover. Overall, we were 13 pounds overcharged and I dint really appreciate it.