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“The best meal I had in London!”
Review of Zufa Restaurant

Zufa Restaurant
Ranked #2 of 50 Restaurants in Northwood
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$5 - US$26
Description: Opened in March 2015, Zufa is a Lebanese restaurant offering great quality dishes made entirely with authentic and fresh ingredients. Located on the corner between Pinner Road and Joel street, only 2 minutes walk from Northwood hills Station, Zufa offers a cosy and charming atmosphere for Lebanese food lovers from all age groups. An outside terrace is also available for shisha lovers. A PLACE TO WINE, A PLACE TO DINE How it all came to be...? Our experience started in Lebanon with the family restaurant that opened in 1994 and is now one of the most famous restaurants in the mountains of North Lebanon. Come and join us for an unforgettable experience.
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Description: Opened in March 2015, Zufa is a Lebanese restaurant offering great quality dishes made entirely with authentic and fresh ingredients. Located on the corner between Pinner Road and Joel street, only 2 minutes walk from Northwood hills Station, Zufa offers a cosy and charming atmosphere for Lebanese food lovers from all age groups. An outside terrace is also available for shisha lovers. A PLACE TO WINE, A PLACE TO DINE How it all came to be...? Our experience started in Lebanon with the family restaurant that opened in 1994 and is now one of the most famous restaurants in the mountains of North Lebanon. Come and join us for an unforgettable experience.
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

I popped in here for a late lunch one afternoon. I ordered the falafel wrap and everything about it was just perfect - freshly made to order and absolutely delicious. The wrap came with chips, a salad, and a very generous bowl of middle eastern pickles and fresh carrot strips. A very satisfying meal on every level, including the price - just £5.50! And the staff were great too. I was just sorry I didn't have time for a return visit. Highly recommended!

1  Thank Jane P
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Reviewed 17 August 2018 via mobile

There are many better restaurants serving middle eastern cuisine, but Zufa is a good restaurant with all the usual choices and some unusual food such as a halloumi served with pesto and sundries tomatoes which were surprisingly good. The mint lemon juice was yummy too. The tabbouleh was disappointing, crunchy bulgur wheat and too much salt.
Went midweek but as there were 7 of us we booked in advance. Didn’t feel rushed and the service was attentive. This was my third visit and will likely visit again,

Thank Shreylee
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Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

We found Zufa through searching for a good restaurant on TripAdvisor, as we were down visiting family in the local area. The dishes are slightly more pricey compared to other Lebanese restaurants we have visited. We had a variety of different dishes and the food atmosphere and service was good.

Thank mu12016
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Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

Went here on a weekday night with a couple of friends ! The food was fantastic .. and the staff very attentive , and the price very reasonable .. we paid with a bottle of wine , approx 20 pounds a head.

The ambience was nice , but a bit dull.. otherwise I would have rated this place 5 out of 5

1  Thank LAEAI
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Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

My husband and I enjoyed the food at Zufa during Ramadan. We ordered soup and moutabbal for our starters. Both were good. For our mains we had a Chef’s specia slices lamb enriched in a spicy tomato and onion sauce served with rice. And a kofta dish. Both we ok. Having lived in the Middle East for several years and regularly dined out. The food at Zufa was ok but not as authentic as it could be.

Thank MusaratK
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