Arabic Community in London

Arabic Community in London

Are you looking for Arabic Culture in London? Here you will find all you need to know about the Arabic community in the capital.

London has a large and thriving Arabic community which has brought a real Middle Eastern flavour to the capital particularly around Edgware Road in West London.

Arab Population in London: 110,000

Main Areas: Edgware Road, Knightsbridge

Arab Embassies in London: EgyptAlgeriaIraq, SudanMorroccoSaudi ArabiaTunisiaSomaliaUnited Arab Emirates, JordanLibyaLebanonOmanKuwaitMauritaniaBahrain

Famous London Stranger: Mohamed Al-Fayed (Former owner Harrods, Owner Fulham FC)


Arabic Restaurants in London

Kenza (Liverpool Street) is a friendly, stylish and atmospheric middle eastern restaurant offering food that has a strong Lebanese and Morrocan influence. Kenza is a good place to head if you are looking for something a little special and different.  

Ishbilia (Knightsbridge) is an award winning restaurant that offers authentic Lebanese food with variety in abundance. There is over 100 different dishes on their menu to choose from. 

Momo (Soho) Algerian restaurant in the West End, great place to eat couscous in a Nth African setting.

Ali Baba (Regent's Park) Egyptian restaurant established in 1979 that serves traditional Middle Eastern dishes.

Masgouf (Knightsbridge) The place to experience the traditional cuisine of Iraq.

La Goulette (Willesden) Authentic Tunisian food in a bright setting that will make you feel you are actually in Tunisia.

Maramia (Westbourne Park) Experience traditional Palestinian cuisine at this friendly cafe.

The Village (Hammersmith) Friendly and successful Somalian restaurant in West London where you can experience traditional food from Somalia with a twist.

Al Waha (Notting Hill) is a popular Lebanese restaurant in West London that does middle eastern food extremely well, is reasonably priced and all in a relaxed setting. 


Arabic Food/Deli's

Hummus Bros (Soho) Is a Mediterranean fast and healthy food option with the focus on Hummus that offers great value for money in the heart of Soho.

Yalla Yalla (Soho & Fitzrovia) They market themselves as Beirut Street Food and it is marketing that is working well as Londoners have fallen in love with this value for money Lebanese eatery that looks set to grow across London.