Salam Aleikum! Welcome to Momo!
Londons original Arabic den
When Parisian-Algerian restaurateur Mazouz arrived in London in 1995, among the first things that he did was look for a place to eat his homey couscous. He couldn’t find any… But his Vespa took him to Heddon Street, at the time a dark semi-abandoned walkway located off Regent Street, in London West End... Encompassing Music, Food and Visual aesthetics, Momo Restaurant Familial opened in 1997.
Momo consists of four spaces: restaurant, café, outdoor terrace and basement bar/disco.
Mo Cafe :
Kick back, relax and capture the mood of the moment. We are a café and a bazaar, a la Marrakesh-souk-meets-Parisian-troquet style! From 12 noon ‘til 1am, savour our mint tea, if you’d like to do it at home, we give you the recipe below. You can also order Moroccan food at anytime, either on the terrace or inside Mo cafe.... Don’t forget to step inside before you leave: all the furniture in the café is on offer for sale; and we have some books, CDs and a few Antique jewels too...
Downstairs at Momo:
Go downstairs, then turn right
Grey skies do not matter... It’s about enjoying the music and having a good time.
We have hosted the UK debuts of Seu Jorge, Amadou and Mariam, Mariza, Konono N*1, Tinariwen, Mahmoud Ahmed, Jose James, Hindi Zahra, Fat Freddy’s Drop and many more!