A taste of Lebanon in London
In 1975, a 21-year-old man named Marouf Abouzaki arrived in London from his home country of Lebanon. An energetic entrepreneur with great ambitions of success, Marouf worked in Lebanese restaurants as a chef until 1981, when he opened his first Maroush restaurant at 21 Edgware Road.
Twenty-three years later, Maroush has expanded into a small empire under his direction. In all, there are now 10 Maroush restaurants open for business, with plans in the making for several new arrivals in coming months.
Maroush prides itself on excellence in the preparation of food, presentation and quality of service. Food critic AA Gill has said of Maroush: "Everything is dazzlingly fresh, beguilingly fragrant, exotic yet earthy."
Serving some of the finest Lebanese cuisine available in London, Maroush restaurants will stimulate and delight your senses. Close your eyes as you savour this fantastic food and drink, and you’ll feel you've stepped into the heart of Beirut.
21 Edgware Road, London, W2 2JE
Telephone: 020 7723 0773
Average Price: £44
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- The mixed grill and mezze platters.
- allergy friendly dishes
- comprehensive wine list
- halal friendly
- kid friendly
- live music/dance
- private dining room
- vegetarian friendly
- wheat/gluten free
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