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Souk Bazaar: Fascinating Atmosphere
We just quickly popped in here before we went to see The Mousetrap. There was only time for a starter and a drink, but I am definitely going back. It is a unique concept with private rooms. Small parties might share, but if you are a few you will have the entire room to yourself. The atmosphere is amazing.
Favorite Dish: Kabis with Feta and the fried Haloumi.
The Souk: Arabian Food Taste in Fashion
Or the Market, where you can get some of Middle Eastern food taste in this hole in the wall hot warps shop.
The shop made in a very nice modern style, unlike many other Arabic Food restaurant in this town.
The restaurant is nicely located near Trafalgar square, the center of the city in my opion, and where world pass by.
Prices are about average, with Zahtar chicken costs you 4.4 pounds, Kofta Lamb, 4.5 bounds, Falafel and mint 4.1 pounds.
They also have lunchboes where yo can by for 5.7 pounds a sultan lamb and apricot, or Kofta Lamb and chickpeas, Falafel, and more.
The staff are friendly, the seating area is nice and fine for short lunch break.
Mon-Fri 8 am-7 pm
Thurs 8 am-8 pm
Favorite Dish: Falafel and Mint, Kofta Lamb, Seasonal Roasted Vegetables and feta.
Souk restaurant, Adelaide Street: No longer there
Whilst group editing London restaurant tips I came upon a review of this place. I know, having walked past recently, that it is no longer open, and posted this tip so people don't go there looking for it.
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