Zayane Notting Hill is a modern Moroccan restaurant serving up some seriously delicious fare. Tucked away on Golborne Road, this London spot is bright, stylish and designed with North African decor that matches the menu perfectly. An enticing menu combines both authentic Moroccan dishes with contemporary European influences and the result will have you coming back time and time again. Open for brunch and dinner, expect to find options like the sweet potato tagine; roast lamb served with couscous and root vegetables and braised chicken with Casablanca olives, preserved lemons and Dauphine potatoes, with plenty more besides of course. One of London’s best Moroccan restaurants, book a table at Zayane – you won’t be disappointed.
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Good experience nice food although relatively expensive given the dishes we ordered.
I have been there so many times I can’t count them! Such a lovely place and the people whose work there are kind and friendly. Food is amazing and the prices are quite good too
The service was abysmal and certainly didn't deserve the 12.5% charge on the bill. Not one of the four waiters, who probably had all just started (I hope), knew the menu (I mean, I ordered the Zayane cous cous, which is literally named after the restaurant and two of them seemed to have no idea of what that was). Orders were missed and everything was very slow. It didn't help that there is no separation between the dining area and the kitchen area, so we could see the waiters hanging out doing nothing, even if we hadn't received our drinks we had ordered 15 minutes prior. That is a pity because the food was good and tasty, although it was a bit of a disappointment being served sliced hamburger buns as "bread" at a Moroccan restaurant.