Maroush II

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Maroush II Maroush offers authentic Lebanese cuisine & legendary late-night revelry in London's Chelsea district. Check out this swanky London restaurant on Party Earth. London England 51.4973978 -0.1644007
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Maroush II - Middle Eastern Restaurant | Restaurant in London.
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Party Earth Review The second in a chain of restaurants founded more than twenty years ago when owner Marouf Abouzaki fled war-torn Beirut for London, Maroush features authentic Lebanese cuisine and legendary after-hours revelry in a chic... ... read full review

  • Tube:

    Piccadilly Line: Knightsbridge

  • Phone:

    020 7581 5434

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  • Hours:

    M–Th, Su noon–3am, F–Sa noon–4:30am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Maroush II Review

The Scene

Maroush offers authentic Lebanese cuisine & legendary late-night revelry in London's Chelsea district. Check out this swanky London restaurant on Party Earth.

The second in a chain of restaurants founded more than twenty years ago when owner Marouf Abouzaki fled war-torn Beirut for London, Maroush features authentic Lebanese cuisine and legendary after-hours revelry in a chic Beauchamp Place location.

While both floors of this two-story eatery offer fine dining options, the more casual first floor attracts lower-key university students, tourists, and younger patrons who prefer to down their baba ghanoush and sandwiches at the bar.

Meanwhile, business diners and couples out for a romantic evening in the West End gravitate toward the somewhat more staid second floor, a lavishly appointed dining room featuring perfectly pressed tablecloths, higher ceilings, and art-lined walls.

But regulars know that the real action begins well after dark when post-club partiers, wealthy international travelers, and celebrities from Tom Cruise to Björk ward off hangovers and celebrate their success with generous portions of mezze and divinely bittersweet Middle Eastern desserts.

A restaurant with equal measures of tongue-tingling entrées and scintillating late-night festivity, Maroush gives visitors a taste of Lebanon in the comfort of one of London’s poshest neighborhoods.

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Tip from Adriana:

Although Maroush is known for its late-night scene, licensing rules prohibit the restaurant from serving drinks after 1am. Show up around 10 or 11pm to down an Arak, Lebanon’s aperitif of choice.

  • Crowd

    Business lunchers by day, after-work professionals, couples, and hungry tourists in the evenings, and raucous club-goers in the wee hours, 20s and 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Lebanese music.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Lebanese cuisine including salads, soups, sandwiches, and fish and meat dishes. Traditional dishes include hummus, chicken or lamb shawarma, tabbouleh, and hot or cold mezza platters. In keeping with Lebanese culture, dishes are meant to be shared.

  • Prices

    Cover charge £2/person for upstairs seating starting at 1:30am. Mezza £5–£8, soups and salads £5–£6, entrées £14–£18, desserts £4–£14. Beer £3.75/pint, wine £5/glass, £13–£40+/bottle, cocktails £4–£14.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Smart casual: nice jeans and button-downs, cocktail dresses, fashionable blouses with slacks.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Between 10pm and 3am on Friday and Saturday nights.

  • Close By

    Belly dancing enthusiasts can head over to LayaLina (2-3 Beauchamp Place), a modern Lebanese restaurant right down the road.

Maroush II User Reviews

Average rating:
Lebanese Delight
Jessica H. Oct 16, 2012
Being a study abroad student from America with a Lebanese heritage I was thrilled to have this authentic Lebanese dining experience. As if one dinner there weren't good enough, my friends and I went back every opportunity we got. The food was delicious, the staff welcomed us with open arms, and the drinks were delicious. Once they found out I was Lebanese the cooks could not stop putting delicious dishes in front of our seats. Maroush is an excellent restaurant not only for its amazing food, but for its exciting night-life as well. With belly dancers, cultural music, and a hip bar area. Maroush is good for families, business people, and young adults alike looking to have a great time while enjoying a fabulous meal. I would eat here everyday if it were possible. You will not be disappointed with this restaurant! Try some new dishes, and even enjoy a cold Lebanese beer too.
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