Review on Zayane Restaurant
Located in the shadow of Trellick Tower, an 120 metre high Grade II listed building, the Zayane Restaurant is a welcoming addition to the colourful Golborne Road dining scene. A modern Moroccan restaurant, it has a vibrant North African décor decked in out in a palette of gold, orange and royal blue. The narrow room has a cosy atmosphere with colourful cushions, wooden jali screens and pretty Moroccan chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. Several evenings guests can dine to the background music of the Oud, one of the most popular instruments in Middle Eastern music.
The kitchen under the leadership of head chef Joseph Mortell presents an innovative menu using British seasonal ingredients with special spices imported from Morocco, creating an authentic Moroccan cuisine with modern European influences.
A good way to start is with the Zayane platter consisting of zaalouk, chakchouka, beans in fresh tomato sauce, chickpeas, salmon terrine or maybe quail pastilla, carrot and sultana slaw, mango and orange blossom dressing. Follow on with saffron marinated Atlantic cod, cauliflower couscous, wilted baby gem and fish sauce or milk fed lamb, slow braised belly aubergine caponata. Desserts home in on cherry and almond clafoutis or chocolate delice paired with pistachio ice cream.
Zayane Restaurant is also featured in: Michelin Guide, HardensRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 11.00pm Tue-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card