25 Heddon Street, Mayfair, London W1B 4BQ
- Piccadilly Circus Tube Station (0.4 km)
- Oxford Circus Tube Station (0.4 km)
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020 7434 4040
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26 reviews of Momo Restaurant in English
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I went there with a friend late(ish) after work. Its busy, bustling and exactly what you need when you want to feel the vibrancy of London.
I’ve been a couple of times before, and if you are caught in the very centre of London without plans and a reservation – cross your fingers that you will get in – give it a try.
Amazing experience at Momo
I went there to celebrate my birthday. at first it was a bit complicated cause they do allow large booking but they accomodate us early and my guests had a really good time.
The food was good and the best was the atmosphere and how cool is the staff.
I will definately go back there
Momo in the Regent Street food quarter operate three distinctly different areas - an informal restaurant/cafe/tea room, a restaurant and a bar/club area.
I've been to the informal/cafe/tea room on many occasions and had a great time. Our most recent visit to Momo Restaurant was appalling.
The good bits were the decor/atmosphere and the clientele. The greeter and seater was very good so we were expecting a fab evening. Alas, though ripe with promise, this was not to be.
Waiting staff were snooty and quite obnoxious.
Food (whilst tasty) was very expensive for what you got. Main dishes (starting at £17 for vegetarian couscous) are served without any couscous (or potatoes for the tagine option). Couscous or potatoes will set you back a further £4 so at more than £20 for your main dish .....
Sorry guys, but I'm voting with my feet and my wallet on this one.
Perhaps the quality of food isn't justified in the near 20 pound price tag for main courses, however in terms of ambiance and twilight lit décor, this is an excellent date place! You'll be greeted here by an amiable staff member, with a setting not far removed from the depths of Marrakesh...think stucco walls, a wood-and-stone floor, patterned wood window shades, burning candles, and banquettes. I would heartily recommend all the tagines (either chicken or meat), the portions are gargantuan in comparison to the autumnal squash risotto option. Perhaps nip to the adjacent Ice Bar for a splash of liquor to round off a romantic evening in this plush part of town.
Stopped last night for some snacks drinks and shisha.
Expensive but fun. Sat outside as the sun was out and that was a great atmos. Food was adaquate, staff, very friendly, so give it a go.
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You might expect nothing less, but a tourist hell hole sitting right next to Regent Street in this nice, but soulless refurbished space, but momo is actually quite good.
We went there to meet with a former colleague on a sunny afternoon. We sat on the low tables outside which has nice atmosphere (beware: we only got the table after committing to eat something).
There are a lot of moroccan tapas to choose from and with a 3 tapas/5 tapas offer with free of choice it doesn’t set you back too much. The food was without exception good and perfect to accompany the afternoon beer/ wine.
As always if the company is nice, you tend to see all other things a bit more mellow. I would say beer and wine are average.
The staff is generally very friendly and didn’t start an argument when they brought the wrong tapas :)
This is a restaurant and bar/club. I haven’t eaten here but I have danced the night away in the club many times.
It is a small intimate venue, very dark with a moroccan theme; lots of low tables and cushions. The music changes dependant on the evening and the time of the evening so it may be best to check before you decide to give this place I go. I prefer to go when there is a house DJ on the decks (Simon Lawrence and Kosmetiq often play here) but I know there is a great mix of other music throughout the week.
The club is supposed to be for members only but if you go before 11pm I am sure you will be admitted. They are very fussy who they allow in so make sure you look the part!
A great place to start the evenig off.
This place is great!
We stumbled upon this late on a Friday night and afterwards realised how lucky we had been to get a table!
We didn’t really know what to expect, so had a great time - as the food was good ( we love Moroccan), the waiters were great fun and the music and dancing kept the atmosphere going well into the night!
Would highly recommend
This is the place to get have the best couscous in town.
It’s owned by Mourad “Momo” Mazouz, who also has Sketch…
Not as intimidating though…Yes Madonna came at the opening, but it’s full of thirty somethings enjoying nice time.
Very good couscous mechoui (roasted lamb shanks) in the evening for 2, melt in the mouth meat light couscous grain, delicious vegs.
Nice atmosphere, good cocktails.
stopped by for a late night apple shisha, and it was buzzing and friendly. didn’t eat here so can’t comment on food yet, but I’ve seen enough to go back and dip in. i do like the location though, close to Regent Street action and yet quiet.
What a disappointment. I’ve always wanted to try here, already owning his book & having travelled extensively in North Africa. It’s a pretty & atmospheric place, both inside & outside on the climber-screened terrace area, & the staff were fine, but the food (from the all-day 'tapas’-style menu as we were there mid-afternoon) was less than mediocre. Portions were really tiny, & food was dried-out & under-seasoned. Carrot & orange salad is possibly my favourite Moroccan salad dish but this fell short of all other versions I’ve had in the past. The little cheese briouats were pleasant, but I expected more. What is meant to be a pioneering restaurant serves food of inferior quality to a bog-standard roadside cafe in Morocco!
This place is cool. It was the restaurant to be seen a few years ago with celebrities falling out of it nearly every night, and it’s still a great place for people watching. The vegetable tagine was very good and hit the spot - perfect balance of spices and cinnamon mmmm. Yummy moijitos and occasionally they have belly dancers - always worth a visit for this! I think Momo’s may have been the place I started to fall in love with a special someone.. so it holds fond memories :)
I really enjoyed my trip to this restaurant last year. It was a little more than i’d normally pay, but the quality of the food and atmosphere made it certainly worthwhile.
My sister also went there recently for her hen party and apparently it was suitable to her (ageing and not so wild) rabble too!
I stuck to the tried-and-tested Tagine and wasn’t disappointed. Of the restaurants in this area of London, it is certainly my favourite.
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