Moroccan Soup Bar
Getting a seat at the Moroccan Soup Bar isn’t easy. Generally you’re met with a waitress writing your name on a napkin and telling you to come back in 20, 30 or 40 minutes as she rushes off to serve hungry diners. So get in early or be prepared to wait, because this is a hot favourite among locals.
Once you’ve managed to snatch a seat in this vibrant eatery, you’ll be glad you did. A sweet and refreshing glass of warm mint tea (there's no alcohol served here) will be brought to your table as your waitress provides the menu verbally, strongly suggesting the banquet. The dishes are strictly vegetarian and filled with traditional dips, stews and soups, but the specialty is the chickpea bake.
You’ll find a real sense of Morocco with tagines, arguileh, plates and pans hung along the walls. There’s a sense of being right in the middle of a bustling grand bazaar while feasting on these authentic North African flavours, with spices, colour and people all about the room.
For takeaway orders, head down the road to Moroccan Soup Bar Two Go at 313 St Georges Road, where locals can often be found lining up with their own Tupperware containers or crockery.
We do not seek or accept payment from the cafes, restaurants, bars and shops listed in the Directory – inclusion is at our discretion. Venue profiles are written by independent freelancers paid by Broadsheet.