Momo

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Momo Momo is a sumptuous Moroccan restaurant, bar, and club that caters to an energetic international clientele looking for a bit of luxury and a loud and lively atmosphere. London England 51.511234 -0.1399565
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Momo - Bar | Club | Middle Eastern Restaurant | Restaurant in London.
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Party Earth Review Momo is a sumptuous Moroccan restaurant, bar, and club that caters to an energetic international clientele looking for a bit of luxury and a loud and lively atmosphere. Rhythmic background beats and a North African décor... ... read full review

  • Tube:

    Bakerloo, Piccadilly Lines: Piccadilly Circus; Bakerloo, Central, Victoria Lines: Oxford Circus

  • Phone:

    020 7434 4040

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Restaurant: M–Sa noon–2:30pm and 6:30pm– 1am, Su 6:30–11pm
    Kemia Bar: Tu–Sa 7pm–3am (Members and guest list only after 11pm)

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Momo Review

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Momo is a sumptuous Moroccan restaurant, bar, and club that caters to an energetic international clientele looking for a bit of luxury and a loud and lively atmosphere.

Momo is a sumptuous Moroccan restaurant, bar, and club that caters to an energetic international clientele looking for a bit of luxury and a loud and lively atmosphere.

Rhythmic background beats and a North African décor of plush cushions, exotic tapestries, and elaborately carved tables all combine to make Momo a particularly addictive venue.

The glamorous patrons – most decked out in revealing dresses and smart suits – usually settle in for the night, beginning with a bit of shisha on the terrace and a bite to eat in the first floor restaurant before venturing downstairs to the Kemia Bar.

There, poufy leather ottomans surround an intimate dance floor that is provocatively lit with Moroccan tin lanterns, and beckons patrons to show their moves.

Full of Middle-Eastern character, a welcoming vibe, and a crowd not afraid to kick off their designer shoes, Momo promises a unique experience any night of the week.

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Tip from Adriana:

Most people don’t realize it, but Momo has a great Happy Hour that’s just as glamorous, but a little more relaxed. The best bet is to go right after work before the crowd arrives and have a few drinks and some shisha outside.

  • Crowd

    International mix of Europeans and Middle Easterners, attractive and well-dressed, late 20s to early 50s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Resident DJs spin a constantly revised mix of African, Latin, and soulful beats. Live music every Tuesday at 8pm, often featuring guitar players, funky piano, and African vocalists.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Menu includes briouats with cheese and mint, chicken tagine, and vegetable couscous.

  • Prices

    Soup £6.50, tagine £18.50, fish £21.50, prix fixe menu for two £90. Beer £5, wine £19+/bottle, cocktails £8.50+, champagne £55+/bottle. Shisha £18.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Smart casual to dressy. Dress code: no denim or sneakers.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Momo User Reviews

Average rating:
Momo is a trip to Morocco steps away from London’s Piccadilly Circus
David B. Nov 30, 2012
One of my favorite restaurants anywhere, I have been going to Momo since it opened in the mid 1990’s when Madonna put it on the map by closing it down for a private party with her then-boyfriend and baby daddy Carlos Leon. Stepping inside is like walking into an old Humphrey Bogart movie. Exquisite Moroccan décor, a lively main dining room, and trendy crowd all come together to give you the feeling something exciting is about to happen. And it is. The first time I was there, I was seated at a table next to a gorgeous flight attendant, who told me of the time she was on a safari and they ran of out of water so she had to bathe in vodka. The second time, the entire restaurant spontaneously started singing “Happy Birthday” to Elton John, who was quietly celebrating his birthday in the grand corner booth. The food is of course amazing. It’s gourmet cuisine that they rightly call “a gastronomic journey through North Africa.” Whether you order the Lamb Kofta Tangine (with raw egg in the middle), Chicken Couscous, Roasted Octopus, or Pigeon Pastilla you won’t be disappointed. And now matter how much you eat, you’ll leave wanting more. Downstairs, the Kemia Bar bar/lounge is nothing less than magical. They’re known for their specialty vodka drinks and “Live at Momo,” where they feature an impressive list of the best in world music. Come early, stay late, and have one of the most fun nights out in London.
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