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Azou Restaurant

Category: American Restaurant | show me more

Address: 375 King Street
London
W6 9NJ

Landline: 020 856... Landline: 020 856...

 Website: www.azou.co.uk
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Award winning North African restaurant, specialising in cuisine from Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. At Azou you will be welcomed and served by friendly and efficient staff, in an atmosphere that is comfortable and relaxed. The fragrant aromas, dusky lighting and North African music create at atmospheric dining environment away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Specialist Services Moroccan, Algerian & Tunisian cuisine

Azou North African Restaurant... Azou offers the very best in North African cuisine, which will appeal to all the senses. Our menu reflects the huge variety of cuisine of North Africa - from delicious salads, kemia (mezze) & pastries to couscous and tajines (meat, fish & vegetarian). Choose from classic dishes from Morocco, Algeria & Tunisia, or Azou's own dishes which incorporate Mediterranean and contemporary influences. The focus is on well-sourced and freshly cooked ingredients.

Welcome... At Azou you will be welcomed and served by friendly and efficient staff, in an atmosphere that is comfortable and relaxed. A mixture of traditional low rise and conventional seating, North African crafts and tent-like drapes, give Azou a traditional feel, while the fragrant aromas, dusky lighting and North African music create at atmospheric dining environment away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Azou Restaurant Review... Six of the best Spicing is one of the things that
differentiates the cooking of Morocco from that of its
neighbours. Azou Benarab, at his restaurant notes the
broadly French influence on Algeria, the Italian on Tunisia,
an the Spanish on Morocco (more saffron here, for example).
The preparation & consistency of couscous also differs from
one country to another.

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