Moro Restaurant Exmouth Market
Opened in Spring 1997, the highly acclaimed Moro restaurant on Exmouth Market has clearly established itself as one of Londonís most exciting eating destinations.
Moro - probably the best Moorish-influenced cuisine in London, lunch, dinner & tapas all day, 34 - 36 Exmouth Market
34 to 36 Exmouth Market
London EC1R 4QE
Judged by Time Out as London’s Best New Restaurant 1997, Moro’s acclaim was further heightened by it being voted Best Restaurant 2009 by the Observer magazine and best Drinking Out Excellent Award for best Spanish wine list.
At Moro, our interest lies in exploring the robust flavours of Spain and the more exotic spices of North Africa and the Middle East. The inspiration behind this restaurant is the food of the Southern Mediterranean, where the Hispanic meets the Islamic, and herbs meet spice.
The restaurant has high ceilings, simple understated interiors, and looks onto a Victorian market street, through large sash windows. The open plan kitchen uses a woodburning oven and a real charcoal grill. There is seating outside in the summer. Tapas or mezze are available all day at a long zinc bar for customers dining alone, meeting for a drink, or simply seeking a quicker meal.
The restaurant caters for a variety of restaurant goers: mezze at the bar will come to around £20 a head with wine, meanwhile the average spend at the table is approx. £50 to £55 per head for 3 courses and wine.
The atmosphere is relaxed and informal in style, reflecting the culture of the food we are serving. Tapas served all day at the bar. Reservations taken by phone.
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