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The Guardian says: It’s quite thrillingly alien: I love a menu where you’ve only the shakiest idea of what’s on offer. We’re told The Barbary’s menu reflects the former Barbary Coast (Morocco, Algeria, Libya and Tunisia), which translates into a series of lyrical culinary arcana: mashawsha, sharabik, tcheba, zuzu and the magnificent nishnushim. read more
The Telegraph says: It’s a tiny site, tucked away in Neal’s Yard, that little pocket of hidden hippy London. Architects Gundry & Ducker have dispensed with tables and affixed 24 bar stools to a zinc bar encircling a central open kitchen crammed with open grill, clay oven and chefs and waiters jockeying for position. read more
The Nudge says: You’ll find it tucked away in gorgeous, colourful Covent Garden nook Neal’s Yard. All dining all takes place along the weathered zinc bar that wraps around the open kitchen, which itself is surrounded by pitted plaster walls, left as they were found when the previous tenants’ wall coverings were stripped. read more
Olive Magazine says: Specialising in grilling and baking from the Barbary Coast to Jerusalem, the menu is divided into baking and grinding, land, sea and earth – and you’ve got a prime view over everything as it is cooked. Chef’s table at a snip. Order something from at least every section, and a special if you can manage it. read more

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