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The Barbary

Covetable North African flavours

Photo: Carol Sachs
Photo: Carol Sachs

An unmissable new fixture on London’s burgeoning dining scene is The Barbary, where toothsome dishes rooted in what was once known as the Barbary Coast – think Atlas mountains of North Africa through the Mediterranean all the way east to Israel. Deceptively simple sounding dishes such as tbecha roasted tomatoes and Jerusalem bagel on the "Baking and Grinding" part of the menu nod to the rich culinary traditions found along the coast, flavoursome spices and traditional techniques cherry-picked for a delectable ensemble.


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Photo: Carol Sachs


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