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Eat & Drink Moroccan to Stay Health

      Cous cous, chickpeas, chicken, turmeric and ginger are just some of the most frequently used ingredients in Moroccan cuisine and represent a mix of flavours that has derived from Morocco’s interactions and exchanges with different cultures such as Mediterranean, Arabic and Andalusian. Apart from the unique flavour of these ingredients, Moroccan cuisine […]

Our New Low-Sugar Cocktails!

When it comes to getting healthy, we all have that one thing we find especially difficult to cut out or cut back on. For some it is bread, for others processed food – but one of ours will always be sugar. This is often because sugar is one of those sneaky ingredients which sneaks into […]

Escape to Morocco this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day, the day of love and romance, of intimacy and warmth…is ironically in the middle of the greyest month in the British calendar! Yes, February in the UK can be cold, wet and dismal – not exactly conducive to a great date. So, this year, we recommend you throw convention out of the window […]

Zayane is now catering for events

  An Arabian Night in Shoreditch, London, with the Gnawa band and proper belly dancers entertaining guests while a delicious buffet based on Lamb Mechoui, chicken pastilla, couscous with vegetables and Moroccan biscuists were provided by Zayane. We could not forget to provide Shisha and mint tea through the evening for all the guests. If […]

Zayane’s Free Cooking Classes for Kids

At Zayane we we believe in sharing our knowledge with the community and in particular for the next generation. Our commitment to great healthy and tasty food is one that extends to getting this better appreciated and valued in society as a whole. For these reasons we have been offering free cooking classes for young children. Involving […]