Buzzy cool place on a very cool street! Very good food and pleasant service. Try the fish broth soup with harissa - delicious, the mushrooms, port and yoghurt dessert !!!
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Beautifully cooked and presented meals in a laid back atmosphere. The menu changes so its difficult to make recommendations. BUT, the "fried rabbit" starter was incredibly succulent, as was the venison. Atlantic seabass was a delight, and the wood roasted chicken and the pork and...More
My Spanish girlfriend and I visit a lot of Spanish restaurants, stuck as we are in London yet craving the motherland. Though most Spanish options are basic, wholesome tapas-like fayre Moro is clearly one of the growing crop of places showcasing the very best of...More
Moro has wonderful Moroccan/Mediterranean food. The lamb was delicious. The do have vegetarian options.
We had an early meal here and needed to be out within and hour and a quarter to go to Sadlers Wells nearby. I had been here 10 years ago and had eaten their food at Wilderness festival so knew what to expect. I had...More
Went for a lunch treat on Saturday with a good friend. The food was excellent from starter to end. The meat was cooked to perfection and the flavours were stunning. The dessert was heavenly!! Would highly recommend. Service was a little detached but not awful....More
We were staying near Exmouth Market and Moro came highly recommended as a place to visit – which we did for lunch. We were very happy with our experience; food, wine/beer and service were all good and we enjoyed it in a table located near...More
I like Moro, well I did. But it's not trying so hard now. You get the feeling that success has gone to its head. Our booking (online) wasn't known and we were shown to a small table in a curtained off area. The staff seemed...More
Our friend in London took us to her favourite local, and it's a beauty! Unfortunately we'd been eating all day so skipped the entrees (the sardines on toast and wild mushrooms on toast are apparently highly recommended, however), but our mains (lamb, pork belly) were...More