An Arabic restaurant and bar situated in Mayfair, just a short stroll from Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and Piccadilly Circus. Deep purples and reds surround the venue to give the vibe of a shisha lounge, which is what Mamounia is.
The Middle Eastern menu features traditional Moroccan and Lebanese dishes, with plenty of charcoal-grilled meats, including tagine with half a chicken, and spiced lamb couscous. Baklava tops the dessert menu, plus saffron cheesecake and briouat (filo pastry filled with mixed nuts).
At this Mayfair branch visitors can enjoy live music every weekend, plus belly dancers and DJs.
Our menu brings together a modern and contemporary twist on traditional Middle Eastern cuisine. Bringing together an extensive charcoal selection with a range of grills all year round, sumptuous slow cooked tagines and both hot and cold mezze; there's something to suit all tastes. Try our truffle hummus, house special couscous or our saffron cheesecake!
We are one of the premier destinations for shisha in London – with our outdoor terrace the first in the city to provide underfloor heating. From traditional shisha to electronic, alcoholic and whole fruit shisha, there's something for everyone to try.
Whisking you away to a Middle Eastern sanctuary of elegance and class Mamounia pulls out all the stops with its decor to complement our array of entertainment from belly dancers to live singers. Ladies night is held every Thursday with a complimentary Moët et Chandon champagne on arrival, as well as a cocktail on the night for ladies! Taking a trip to the Middle East is now as easy as going to Mayfair. Allow yourself to be immersed into an unforgettable experience.
Ladies night (April 16 on Bank Holiday Weekend)
Live music (restaurant): 8.30pm-1.30am
Belly dancing (restaurant): 8.30pm-midnight
Live DJ (lounge): 8.30pm-1:30am
|Venue name:||Mamounia Lounge||Contact:|
37A Curzon St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri noon-1.30am; Sat 6pm-1.30am; Sun 6pm-12.30am|
|Transport:||Tube: Green Park|
|Price:||£26 to £40|
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