Sunday - Thursday 12:00 - 1:00 am
Friday - Saturday 12:00 - 5:00 am
- Private Dining
- Families and Children Welcome
- Business Lunch
About Maroush Vere Street
Discover some of London’s finest Lebanese cuisine, prepared, cooked and presented by people who love what they do.
Whether you’re after a quick lunch, somewhere to impress a new client or the perfect spot for a celebration with live music, belly dancing and a crowd that know how to enjoy themselves, Maroush Vere Street is the place you’ve been looking for. Escape the bustling crowds of Oxford Street and interact with our outstanding chefs to enjoy a lunch catered to your personal taste, or take refuge on our mezzanine, a quieter, more intimate, space where the comforting, vibrant atmosphere drifts up from the floor below. Our menu boasts a wide variety of authentic Lebanese dishes ranging from wholesome cold starters such as Moutabal Baba Ghanouj, grilled aubergine purée mixed with sesame paste and lemon juice, to delicious mixed sharing platters for 4, accompanied by a thoughtfully selected bottle of Lebanese wine.
Wednesday through to Sunday, as the evening approaches, Maroush Vere Street opens up it’s lower ground floor to spectacular live entertainment. With lively Lebanese music and traditional belly dancing you will feel the heart and soul of the Lebanese culture shining through all night long.
One of my favourite restaurants but this time service wasn't great. Last time we felt very special and got a lot of attention. This time we went ages between courses before anyone approached our table. We asked to be seated upstairs because we saw people up there but the response we hot back was rude. Little disappointed because we didn't feel as welcome as we normally do. Can't fault the food, it was delicious and very good prices too.
Sometime service was a little slow and its the second time - the bill was wrong. Food was fine but felt the overall experience including the food tasted better the first time. Best bit was the lamb kofta and shank.The garlic sauce and chillie is excellent
Food was great and we would eat here again.
Great food, great location!
Food was good. But service wasn’t so great. It was a little slow but my biggest issue was with the (I guess) manager who brought us the card machine to pay. We were a group of 6 and some had no alcohol, some had no sharing staters and we didn’t know each other so we wanted to pay individually. The manager said this was not possible. I asked why because It seemed stupid and he said it’s because things are itemised. If that’s the case I don’t know how we ended up paying some in cash and I was able to pay the remainder (a random amount) on card. Don’t lie just becuse you can’t be bothered to add up the individual payments.
One of the worst experience I have ever had. I have always gone to Beaucham Place and service and food was excellent . This place has the worst service, horrible atmospher and I will never go back again.
Me and my friend had a really nice dinner at this restaurant. We preferred only hot and cold mezze and we were exploding by the time we left. The portions are really generous and I had the best hummus I’ve ever tasted. I will definitely be back to taste the meat options as we had a vegetarian evening. The restaurant is not very impressive in terms of aesthetic however that’s not the reason why one would visit Maroush. The staff are really friendly and the food is very good at an amazing price for central London.
great place, great vibes, great food
nothing to add
The service was quite slow although the food was very much enjoyable and tasty. I came and ordered hummus to take away the next day and was surprised to be changed £6.50 for a very small portion despite me saying no to the bread.
We had a great time on Saturday night, there was 15 of us and we all enjoyed every minute of it, many thanks to the staff, especially Gassan, Hassan, Karam, and the lovely waitress Iea, we’ll definitely go again very soon.
We went to the this place to have bellydancing and to enjoy arabic music played by a live band. We do bellydancing and wanted to dance in the actual environment. It was the most disappointing experience we could only imagine. There was only one bellydancer and she started to dance very early before we actually properly settled. We were a large group so not all the people turned up yet when she started. The singer was awful. He sang the most exciting famous arabic songs in the worst possible manner. There was only one musician instead of a promised “live band” and he was unable to create that atmosphere you would normally enjoy in arabic parties. Food was very good though and potions were very generous. It’s the only positive thing about this place. But we will never go back there for live entertainment and music, that’s for sure.
It's would have been better if the staff were Arabic as it is Arabic restaurant you expect staff knows about the food that they serving but overall the Atmosphere was nice and the live Music was amazing
A must visit for every trip to London
The owner was the kindest man I have across in London within the food industry...though we turned up just before closing time they didnt rush us..made me and my fiance very comfortable. No live entertainment but will be going there for lunch or dinner everytime i am shopping in oxford street. Thanking you.
We came for a family 60th birthday on saturday and had booked a table for 7.30. We were shown downstairs to a large dining area where there were only a handful of other diners. The atmosphere was so cold and unwelcoming. . We really felt like we were intruding on a someone else's private function. By the time we left at 10.00, no more diners had arrived. It was a most disappointing experience for such an important celebration. We have eaten in many lebanese and middle eastern restaurants in London and normally the atmosphere and food are top notch. our experience at Maroush was awful
Enjoyed a lovely evening here with a big family group, no problems for the restaurant and the food was excellent!
Great service and excellent food quality.
Good food freshly made, friendly service and decent house wine. We had a lovely pre-theatre supper. I have several food allergies and my meal was just fine for me.
It was very nice and the host was exceptional
food was disappointing. Lebanese food that was into English food. Pita bread appear on the Menue is far from what you get on the table. Salads were cut roughly and finely chopped as you expect in this ethnic food. nothing special.
Good food and good service. A favourite treat for a weekday lunch 🍴
Booked NYE party at Maroush Vere St- Enjoyed it. Nice authentic lebanese food , welcoming and great atmosphere and service! Nice singers (especially the first one) and music. Only criticism was the cost.
Will definitely come again and get prior recommendation beforehand what we choose to eat as I feel we didn't get the full befit of your delicious cuisine as we were unsure what to order and consequently were a little unadventurous in our choices.But what we ate was delicious. Thank you