House of Morocco – King’s Cross

I’ve got a “latte” time for Moroccan food ☕️ {ad – press sample}⁣

Streets away from the hustle and bustle of King’s Cross, there’s an adorable little cafe decked out in bold patterns and colourful cushions, serving brunch with a Moroccan twist 🇲🇦 ⁣ Whilst some of the dishes we had weren’t traditionally Moroccan, most of the menu has some kind of Moroccan touch.

I popped down to check it out! Here’s what we ate:⁣

🌱Mushroom, onion & harissa msemen ⁣
💭 Flavours were nice but could’ve been stronger. Loved the texture – like a crepe meets a quiche. The best bit is when you get a big chunk of mushroom. The side of hummus was beautiful⁣
🤷🏼‍♀️ Order again? Yes w/ changes⁣

🌱Baba ghanouj served on sourdough – roasted aubergines, tahini, pomegranate seeds, garlic, lemon & olive oil (ask for no goats cheese)⁣
💭 A beautifully garlic-heavy dish. I absolutely loved the flavours in this and also the fresh pomegranate seeds on top complimented it perfectly. Great dish⁣
🤷🏼‍♀️ Order again? Yes⁣


🌱Tofu scramble w/ sourdough & tomatoes and a side salad⁣
💭 One of the better scrambles I’ve had – I think they used silken tofu and vegan milk to make it super creamy and moist. It wasn’t crumbly or dry and it did remind me a lot of eggs, I think because they’d added some black salt in there. Nice flavours, fresh, sweet tomatoes throughout. A solid brunch dish⁣
🤷🏼‍♀️ Order again? Yes⁣

☕️ We also ordered the turmeric latte & Moroccan mint tea pot⁣
🎥 For video footage, head to my reels⁣⁣⁣⁣
🍽 Restaurant: ⁣⁣⁣⁣
📍Location: King’s Cross⁣⁣⁣⁣
🍜 Cuisine: ⁣⁣Moroccan brunch⁣⁣⁣
🌾GF Options: ⁣No⁣
🌱100% Vegan Venue? ⁣No⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
🏠Eatery: ⁣⁣Casual cafe⁣⁣⁣
👩‍🍳Service:⁣⁣ Friendly staff, good service⁣
📦Leftovers: No, we ate it all⁣
🌍Sustainability: ⁣⁣They recycle all plastic waste, their they cups are biodegradable and we are working towards becoming zero waste⁣
🐶 Dog friendly: Yes⁣
♿️Wheelchair friendly: No – step at the entrance⁣
👨‍🍳 Moroccan-owned⁣⁣⁣
🖤Diversity statement: Our cafe encourages diversity, within our team. As a woman of colour I also ensure to invite majority POC bloggers to come in and sample our food! This is to ensure there are equal opportunities for bloggers as well as wanting to reach a diverse range of customers

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