Sidi Maarouf


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Marble Arch

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Sidi Maaroof Martin Daly

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Sidi Maarouf 56-58 Edgware Road
    W2 2JE

  • Venue phone:

    020 7724 0525

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  • Opening hours:

    Meals served noon-12.30pm Mon-Sat; noon-midnight Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Marble Arch tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £14-£18. Set meal £30-£35 4 courses

  • Map

    1. Sidi Maarouf
      • 56-58 Edgware Road
        W2 2JE
      • 020 7724 0525
      • 51.51469,-0.161864

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Chiara C


It is definitely not the best moroccan food you can have in town. The staff was actually very kind both times I visited the place (in March 2014 and January 2015). If you are planning a relaxing dinner to chat with friends/partner, then avoid evenings with the belly dancing. I did not like that they charge you 2£ each for the table cover as you are also expected to pay for the service.

Jam J


both the food and service are the poorest I've ever seen! the staff are just unprofessional and treat you ... will never ever go back 


Terrible service from the female Eastern European staff- we thought they were going to stab us they looked so mean. Shisha was horrendously overpriced at £18! The food was overpriced and NOT authentic at all. Ive been to Morocco plenty of times and the food here was an oily, Indian/curry version of the real deal. I will never waste money here again.

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I went to Sidi maarouf few times and I dont think you are writing about the same place. I loved it. Food is great and people are very friendly and attentive. I have to say though that if you are vegetarian, maybe you should not go there - Sidi is all about meat (falling off the bone). I liked decor as well. And the music bloke - oh, he is the part of the attaraction.