Harden's survey result
For 25 years we've been curating reviews of the UK's most notable restaurant. This year diners have submitted over 60,000 reviews to create the most authoritative restaurant guide in the UK.
“Gosh, it’s impressive when a restaurant can stay on form in this way!” – Samuel and Samantha Clark’s Exmouth Market favourite holds “many special memories” for legions of reporters. The “beautifully judged” Moorish/Iberian dishes deliver “wonderful flavours” as does the “unique selection of Iberian wines and superlative range of sherries”. There is a ‘but’ however – ratings did ease off a smidgeon this year, with incidents of “chaotic” service and the remorseless noise-levels of this deafening, hard-edged room denting the “happy vibe”.
“Amazingly consistent over the years, and still in a league of its own” – this “mad busy”, but “laid back and friendly” Exmouth Market favourite “still retains its zing”, serving “inventive riffs on Spanish/North African dishes” showcasing “clear, clean flavours”, and “an exciting wine list” that’s “particularly strong on sherries”; “it’s still too noisy”, though.
“Year-after-year, true to its mission!”; this “consistently superb” Exmouth Market favourite has incredibly staying power, maintaining its “outstandingly flavourful” Moorish/Hispanic food, “excellent Iberian wines” and “buzzy scene”; as ever, it’s “too noisy”.
“There’s nowhere quite like Moro!” – this “joyous” Exmouth Market perennial thrives on its “exciting” Moorish/Andalucian cuisine, “massive and unusual wine list”, and “surprisingly good value”; the acoustics, though, are “challenging”.
Moro Restaurant Diner Reviews
"After all these years, the Clarks still turn out amazing Spanish and North African dishes. Wood roasted meats are particularly good. Terrific selection of Spanish and Portuguese wines and sherries. Thankfully we don't live locally or we'd never eat anywhere else. One or both of the owners is regularly seen working away in the kitchen and this gives the place a real edge."
"Great interesting food."
"Bit disappointing to be honest. Beetroot; chicken; yoghurt cake."
"The poor acoustics and noisy noise betray Moro's origin as a supermarket - when the restaurant is busy it is difficult to maintain a conversation across the table. But the food is consistently good, with flavours of southern Spain and north Africa bringing sunshine into the most drab London winter's day"
34-36 Exmouth Mkt, London, EC1R 4QE
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lunch 12.30 pm - 3 pm, dinner 7 pm - 10.30 pm
Last orders: 10.30 pm