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Del' Aziz - Clapham

55-57 The Pavement, Clapham Old Town, London, SW4 0JQ +44 2081281486

((((* Middle Eastern
Average
Main course: £10
Food spend: £25

A great dinner out - wonderful food, lovely ambience and good value for money.

Sarah Greaves 17 September 2013
from London

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Showcasing the vibrant flavours of the Middle East and the Mediterranean, Del’ Aziz Clapham offers a rustic retreat in trendy Clapham. A loaded delicatessen is filled with wholesome artisanal treats.

Loaded with classic and colourful combinations, the Del’ Aziz menu includes casual meze dishes and tasty pitta pockets, as well as sumptuous main course flavours. From the charcoal grill, enjoy sizzling tiger prawn shish with chilli and lime, or a warming tagine filled with tender chicken. Del’ Aziz London also offers an array of nutritious treats just for kids.

For an exotic start to the day, indulge in spongy Moroccan pancakes with honey and roasted almonds, or delicious French toast. In the basement at Del’ Aziz Clapham, the effortlessly cool Zahra Bar serves up freshly shaken cocktails.

Filled with hefty wooden tables and expansive windows, Del’ Aziz restaurant is a bright and authentic hideaway. Clapham Common Tube Station is 4 minutes’ walk away.

Del' Aziz - Clapham

55-57 The Pavement, Clapham Old Town, London, SW4 0JQ

Contact +44 2074989128
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Customer reviews for Del' Aziz - Clapham

3.9 ((((* (based on 16 reviews)
87% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • large parties (14)
  • romantic (13)
  • business (9)
  • entertainment (9)
  • child friendly (7)
  • dinner (6)
  • breakfast (5)
  • lunch (5)
  • private dining (5)
  • trendy (5)
  • value (5)
  • al fresco (4)
  • luxury (4)
  • afternoon tea (2)
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  • (((** by from London

    A great restaurant with good food. Amazing desert selection. Unfortunately the service was not fabulous.

  • ((((( by from London

    A great dinner out - wonderful food, lovely ambience and good value for money.

  • ((((( by from London

    Everything just right as usual

  • ((((( by from London

    As usual everything was just great, cannot recommend this place highly enough

  • (**** by from London, United Kingdom

    From the outset this restaurant set the tone for a thoroughly negative dining experience. As a party of four friends meeting for a catch up it was clear this was going to be difficult when we were shown to a table shared with 6 others located directly under a speaker.
    For starters we ordered an assortment of dips which we were unable to begin as the waiter forgot to bring any bread and it was then we noted the place appeared rather short staffed. It took 10 minutes to attract the attention of a passing waiter to obtain bread. For a main course 3 of us ordered a stuffed pepper with broad bean and asparagus salad. We all simultaneously started on the salad and grimaced - the salad had no dressing. After another 10 min the rather surprised waiter brought over a range of sauces. For dessert 3 people ordered peach cheesecake but got tiramisu and I asked for lemon sorbet but got mango without any explanation or apology. When I sent it back I was told there never was lemon on the menu. All together this is a dismal chain restaurant but this is not reflected in the prices. Dreadful in every way.

  • ((*** by from Clapham, United Kingdom

    The dining was ok, not excellent for my expectations. I personally would say that quality is average, but should improve much more in relation with price.
    I was disappointed of one dish, baby stuffed squid. The squid was almost dissolved,covered up with extra sweet and uncooked tomatoes sauce.
    I choose a muffin as dessert at the buffet table, as they didn't have a la carte. I knew it was from the morning breakfast, it was dry.
    I also comment on the bread basket, it should be served directly at the table with meals, instead by the waiter. There is pita bread missing.
    Overall the atmosphere was good and the service as well.


  • ((*** by from London

    [...]Restaurant was fairly quiet for a Saturday but service was slow, we had about three waiting staff dealing with our table of 10 but they did not communicate! We had starters arrive before half of us had had got our drinks...Food was just not very lebanese tasting, nothing was spicy despite the descriptions in the menu, disappointing :( I had lamb tagine, well cooked but very bland and watery :( To be fair I did look at the deli and nightclub and they did look good, decor in keeping with theme, nice atmosphere, toilets clean, nicely decorated, some of us had dessert and these were excellent, so maybe give up on the restaurant and just have deli/patisserie, maybe a café? If you can't manage a restaurant or cook decent lebanese food don't open a lebanese restaurant!

  • ((((( by from london

    great variety of food.good quantity and quality .good service. entertainment great.

  • ((((( by from Clapham

    Excellent as always

  • ((((( by from London

    We dined at 9pm on a Saturday and were immediately greeted by a polite hostess and the Manager who made us feel very special. The meal was extremely filling and tasty. The waiting service was fair, however the manager more than made up for it.

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