Maison Du Mezze has two restaurants, one situated in Leicester square and another in Kingston’s Bentall Centre. It echoes a style of Arabic look and feel with its unique, contemporary design. Spread over two floors, this bustling Lebanese restaurant is festooned with Arabian carpets and specially hand-selected Arabian artwork.
The centre point of the restaurant is an olive tree, spreading from the ground floor its boughs arching above the diner’s heads. Above, the tree the restaurant is crowned with a gilded vault ceiling.
The first floor offers a peerless view of Leicester square and its artists. Seating on both floors is made up of a mixture of banquette and booth seats, separated by decorative screens, fern planters and trailing plants adding a semblance of privacy to the unique dining experience. But the hustle and bustle of the vibrant restaurant is never dulled or compromised. An air of authenticity and traditional Lebanese dining fill the restaurant to its rafters.
The outside seating area is bordered with planters and covered by awnings and umbrellas, making it both a pleasant and comfortable place to enjoy a meal at any time of the day.