Entries by Zayane Webmaster

Spice Things Up With Zayane This Valentine’s Day

They tried to say Romance is dead – we humbly disagree. Zayane has introduced a new menu for all the love birds out there. We know the 14th of February marks an important date in couples’ diaries, so we have made sure to cater for it. Our special Valentine’s menu sports a 3-course-meal and complimentary […]

North African Brunch: Why We Do It Better.

Who knew having brunch in Morocco could be as easy as jumping off the District line at Notting Hill? Our re-opening has introduced a much anticipated new-comer to the Zayane menu, and it’s taking foodies by storm. We have a range of unique, mouth-watering treats to spoil you with. Prepare for the best not-breakfast/not- lunch […]

Our New Year’s Resolution

Zayane is a Moroccan restaurant with a Western influence born out of owner Meryem’s Mortell fruitless search for good North African food in London. The New Year has invited us to introspectively ask who we are and how we can better ourselves. In the spirit of the New Year, Zayane is reopening on Tuesday the […]

How much do you really know about tagines?

Let’s have a pop quiz. What does the word “tagine” refer to? Most of the people we asked replied that a tagine is a traditional Moroccan dish, and they were right. Unfortunately, they didn’t win the game simply because a tagine is not just a dish, it is also an essential piece of cookware in […]

The Art of Moroccan Mint Tea

Are you a mint tea lover? If so, how much do you really know about it? Such a simple combination of ingredients has created a symphony of flavours and aromas that not only has a long history, but offers lots of health benefits too!  Whether you are a regular mint tea drinker or not, this […]

Zayane now on the MICHELIN GUIDE!

We are very excited this week. We have been visited by the Michelin Guide inspectors who seem to have very much appreciated our food so here is what they said and wrote about us word by word:   “An intimate neighbourhood restaurant owned by Casablanca-born Meryem Mortell and evoking the sights and scents of North Africa. […]

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 […]