Maroush Live Entertainment
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
On London’s Vere Street, moments from the infamous shopping mecca of Oxford Street, is Maroush V Lebanese restaurant. The Maroush brand was one of the pioneers of Eastern eating in the capital, the first branch opened by Marouf Abouzaki on the Edgware Road back in 1981. Now, more than 30 years on Mr Abouzaki is the proud owner of several celebrated eateries, each a celebration of Lebanese cuisine and an Eastern feast for the senses. Earning praise from the pickiest of critics, AA Gill among them, Maroush’s signature food is proudly authentic, prepared with the utmost of care using the freshest ingredients. With tables on three floors, Maroush V provides a range of settings; while the mezzanine is quietly intimate, and the main dining floor buzzing and relaxed our pick, the basement, is particularly vibrant from Wednesday to Sunday when live music plays and belly dancing breaks out as you dine on a varied menu of Lebanese mezze and meals washed down with the best of a fine wine list.