It’s not Davis’s fault (he’s required to spout lines such as ‘it was the 1930s and dwarfs were everywhere’), but you can’t help wondering if some stories should be allowed to speak for themselves. Ultimately, it’s testament to the Ovitz family’s formidable instinct for survival (recalled in an interview with the youngest Ovitz from 1999, used extensively and effectively) that this still grips as much as it does.
A lantern-laden Moroccan restaurant in west London that serves traditional cooking from Marrakesh with a modern twist. The menu features mixed grilled meats, falafel, wraps, salads and tagine, plus a few British additions, like fish and chips, cheeseburger and chicken Caesar salad. Dar Marrakesh also specialise in shisha and have electric ones you can use indoors, plus belly dancers and DJs.
Venue says: “If the way to someone's heart is through their stomach, treat your loved one to a delicious three-course meal and glass of bubbly this V-Day”