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A Modern Moroccan Dinner at Zayane, Notting Hill

One place I really do want to visit at the moment is Morocco, as I’ve always heard wonderful things about the food. I enjoy cooking Moroccan style food at home, although I’m never completely sure how authentic it is. So when I was invited to try out a new Moroccan restaurant which had just opened up on Golborne Road in Notting Hill/Ladbroke Grove, I couldn’t wait to learn more about the cuisine and culture. Founded by Meryem Mortell, originally from Casablanca, Zayane opened up a few weeks ago, with Chris Bower as Head Chef. The Yorkshireman has previously worked at Michelin-starred restaurant Thackeray​​’​​s and The Ivy, and his aim at Zayane is to combine the vibrant flavours of authentic Moroccan cuisine, with modern culinary techniques and European influences. We were given a choice of two starters, mains and desserts, which was nice, as often at blogger dinners you eat what’s provided unless you have specific dietary requirements. It’s not usually a problem for me as I’ll happily eat anything (I’m probably the least fussy eater …