Maroush V

Restaurants, Lebanese Oxford Street
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This Bond Street branch of one of London's longest-running Lebanese restaurants offers dining across three floors. If you're after a quiet or intimate space the mezzanine should fit the bill, while the ground floor is more buzzy. The basement offers belly dancing and live music, getting progressively buzzier as the night progresses.


Venue name: Maroush V
Address: 4 Vere Street
Opening hours: Noon-2am Sun-Wed; noon-5am Thu-Sat.
Transport: Tube: Bond Street
Price: Meals served noon-2am Sun-Wed; noon-5am Thu-Sat.
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Maroush (on Vere Street) provides a tasty Lebanese cuisine, in a colourful environment, moments away from the bustle of Oxford Street.

The food was moreish and my party couldn’t get enough of it. We shared a variety of dishes. The tiny meze style dishes were my favourite. The Tabbouleh and stuffed vine leaves were both not too sour. The hommos and aubergine dips were smokey and so delicious, I added it to every dish I had. We all fought for the last Kibbeh and falafel pieces.

The meats in the mixed grill – chicken and lamb were all so tender  and the accompanying garlic sauce was addictive.Dinner concluded with a fruit platter, a selection of baklava and coffee so strong it would keep you up for a week!Maroush presented one of the best experiences I’ve had with Lebanese food. Prices were fair for this part of London.

This is one of those places in which you will be paying slightly more than what the food probably is worth, but if you have such a nice experience as we had, you’ll probably not mind. 

As a starter, we ordered Hummus, Tabbouleh, Bazenjan Al-Rahib, Moussaka, Lentil soup and Bammieh B’zeit. Everything was amazing, I would say slightly better than the other restaurant in Vere Street. All together with the pita bread was a perfect start for a great dinner.

It took  quite long in-between the starters and the main dish, although once service realised of the mistake they were really friendly. As a main, we ordered Tawayeh Lahem with rice. The feeling of the meat when biting was... mouth-watering, excellent!  After all this food, we felt like one of those gigantic plates of fresh fruit they normally had but they didn't have any left that day, which was a bit disappointing. 

When we were about to finish eating, a belly dancing show started, which added a bit of fun to the night. The performer grabbed literally everybody at the tables and got them to the "stage" and we all shared some dances and laughs. The music was way too loud though and didn't allow the chatting if you were not interested in the show.