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Please note that this booking request form is only for a party of 6 or less people. Our modest size means late cancellations affect us greatly, please try to let us know in plenty of time.

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All group booking requests should be placed through our Group booking form by clicking below.
Visit the Venue page to see the capacities at our restaurant or go directly to:

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We require a minimum of 6 hours to process your booking request. This service is provided as a request facility only. Your reservation will not be guaranteed until we have contacted you to confirm your booking. Mosob reserves the right to cancel unconfirmed bookings.


Keep up to date with Mosob

Timeout - Special Africa Issue

17-May-2008 by Daniel

Timeout Special Africa Issue featured Mosob as one of the best places for vegetarian menus. This meant a generation of vegetarians and vegans do not have to settle for pasta and pesto.

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London Lite features Mosob

09-Jan-2008 by Daniel

Mosob is featured on the london Lite daily newspaper as the sights and sounds of the continent arrive in London with the spectacular Afrikka! Afrika! Show at the O2.Click to view

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Timeout review 2007

24-Nov-2007 by Daniel

Once again Mosob receives a high rating from from the Timeout magazine. This was incridible because it meant we were on top of our game. A snippet of what what they said was “ Mosob is enchanting, and as accessible to non-Eritreans as it is authentic. The athmosphere is warm and welcoming, the dining room and small lounge unselfconciously chic. Once there you realise Mosob haswoven its spell on you too.

3 years Mosob

28-Sep-2007 by Daniel

Mosob celebrated its 3rd year anniversary in the expected fashion inviting its regulars as a thank you, for their support. We had DJ Phat Kontrolaz Mixing the beats as usual as.

Grove Magazine review

17-Sep-2007 by Daniel

Mosob received great review from a locally distributed contemporary life style Grove Magazine. “ This excellent Eritrean restaurant is a family business, adhering strictly to mother’s recipes, and is as authentic a slice of Eritrea as you will find in London. The dining room is rustic and woody, its dark purple walls adorned with coffee pots, pillows, mats and even a ropework bed.”

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