Monday - Sunday: 12:00 - 00:30
- Private Dining
- Families and Children Welcome
About Maroush Gardens
Maroush Gardens is a very popular Lebanese restaurant with
a modern interior and a relaxed atmosphere.
Besides its fabulous food and service, this single floor restaurant features
a beautiful fish pond, and a skylight roof which adds a touch of nature to
this fabulous eatery.
Maroush Gardens is a wonderful venue for a quiet lunch or romantic dinner
a place where you can almost feel the warm winds of the Beirut blowing in
your face…and then you just let the aromas and sounds take you away!
We had a lovely welcome. A super evening with friends. The appetizers were excellent.
Service was second to none, food is amazing
Very relaxing atmosphere and excellent food. The owner/manager was keeping a close eye on proceedings and this ensured a high standard of efficient service. He was very helpful in guiding us through the menu.
The food is great but the service needs to really be improved.
I had pre-booked a table for two we were given a table in the middle of the passage way we're I was being constantly knocked having to finally move further round the table myself inorder to be able to eat without the institution of being bumped into by the flow of customers and waiters. Disapointing
Very good atmosphere
I have eaten at Maroush several times and it is always excellent in all aspects. Whenever we travel to London, a meal at Maroush is always top of the list of things to do.
I brought some friends, it was their first time, service was terrible. If you are short on staff, don't seat as many people. Sorry doesn't make up for such bad service. I was so embarrassed that I suggested going there.
Food was delicious. Friendly and easygoing restaurant.
Wonderful food and wines with terrific service and help through the menu .
Un bon dîner dans un cadre agréable avec un service prévenant
Food and service was wonderful. Lovely waitresses
Had to chase staff for food and drinks, soup never arrived after 3 requests so we gave up in the end. Food was good and bill was discounted due to our dissatisfaction with the service but we won’t be back
Very friendly staff, quick service, amazing tasting food. Thanks to all!
went there lunchtime for office Christmas meal. Food and service could not be faulted and great value. not too many people there, so a little chilly and not much buzz. Certainly a place for 'a quiet lunch' but no evidence of the 'warm winds of the Beirut'
Unfriendly welcome, we had booked, offered poor table even though booths were free. It was cold and miserable. We left and found somewhere else.
Service and food was great! We have been going to maroush for the last 4 years and the food is always good!
Staff were more than friendly and very accommodating!
Very welcoming and friendly, good for families.
We had the set menu for 2. Mezza was excellent in every way, tasty, fresh and plentiful. Moved on, eventually, to the meat and topped off nicely with the lebanese sweets. Relaxed atmosphere with several large groups enjoying their dinner around us. Great evening. Thank you.
This visit service (our 5th) was very slow - a very large party was next to us and we were lost behind them. Once they left everything was fine but we were disappointed not to have the fresh fruit at the end of the meal this time.
Good service excellent food nice staff
This was a very disappointing visit to Maroush Gardens. Food was good, the place is excellent. BUT we were a small (6) family gathering, and we got suckered into the full "Business Lunch" menu, during the evening - the waitress suggested she'd get a few meses together for us, and a meal after. The Meses loaded the table (the circular one). We could not finish them. We could barely eat half the meal after, or a third of the sweet course. This reminded me of old "Tourist Trap" restaurants in the 70s.... It's a pity - as a Muslim, I have difficulty finding good halal restaurants. I shall never go to any Maroush again.
The waitress came to ask if we wanted drinks and when we said just water she walked away without taking our food order... very odd. Then my friend had the meatballs which were very dry and asked for a small bowl of yogurt and showed the size by demonstrating with her hands. ie about 2 inches across... it was just to make the meatballs edible. They eventually brought a large bowl with cucumber. Then charged £6.50 on the bill! I didnt want to upset my friend (she was upset about other things) so I paid it without comment but this is really ridiculous and has severely damaged my feeling about this restaurant. £26 for two starters and a coffee is crazy! Oh and the lentil soup was watery and didnt even come with a piece of bread again for £6.50