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Swapping the bustle of Theatreland for the buzz and charm of the Middle East, Maison du Mezzé serves authentic Lebanese-inspired brunch, lunch and dinner dishes. Freshly prepared daily, all dishes use the finest seasonal produce as well as spices and herbs from the Middle East. Set over 2 floors, the interior features Arabian carpets and artwork, gilded ceiling and a mix of banquette and booth-style seating separated by ferns and trailing plants. In warmer weather, enjoy a Shisha in true Middle-East style on the large, covered outdoor terrace.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- trendy (1)
- al fresco (2)
- large parties (2)
- entertainment (1)
- business (1)
- romantic (3)
- value (1)
- lunch (3)
- private dining (1)
- dinner (5)
- child friendly (3)
31 December 2018
Terrible, there was no new years eve party like they write on there homepage and the food wasnt good
11 December 2018
We had a great night out at maisonette du mezze. The food was lovely, the decor gorgeous but the best thing was the staff. They were great fun and really attentive. I would defiantly go back .
27 June 2018
The food wasnt great, as well as the service.
19 May 2018
Lovely restaurant with very friendly waiters and waitresses who make you feel very welcome and ensure that you are very well looked after. Food was delicious, tasted very authentic and wasn’t too long of a wait between courses.
3 February 2018
The restaurant was cold..:( The menu wAsnt clear, my meal was ok although not what I thought it was going to be, and We thought expensive... Service was good and friendly.
31 January 2018
Beautiful restaurant in the most touristic area of London. Outragiously expensive and surely not worth the money. Food was nothing special. Service was inattentive and pretentious.
19 December 2017
first class service and food
18 August 2017
Expensive and average food. I felt we were paying for the decor and the staff, which seem far too numerous to me and their fancy uniforms rather than the food. The hot mezze was ok but nothing more than that. We also ordered a cold mezze Makdous which was described as 'Baby aubergines stuffed with walnuts, herb and garlic marinated in Olive oil and lemon ' it looked old, and had been pickled, obviously to preserve it. It certainly had not been marinated on olive oil or lemon, more like vingegar. We couldn't eat it. We ordered two glasses of wine, and only one came, as we sipped it, we decided we didn't want another anyway as it was very average (£7). Of course it appeared on the bill, but they did take it off and apologised when we pointed it out.