Review: Christopher George
The distinguished CERU Restaurant, serving a Fusion of food blended from the Middle East and East Mediterranean. Strongly influences from Istanbul, Cyprus and the Lebanon; CERU creates a unique and light menu.
Avoiding the heavy sauces and breads traditionally from the Middle East classic diet, the food at CERU is light, fresh and easy to digest over a bottle of their fine wine selection.
Focusing on a healthy variety of food, with key dishes creating a good vegetarian and vegan option. Healthy eating is a key to their success.
Set in a comfortable and modern design, with emphasise of creating some privacy with their booth dinning. The light and airy interior is perfect for lunch and also light evening occasions.
Casual service and open kitchens allow for a bustling and relaxed atmosphere, perfect for a non-fuss dining experience.
Spiced roasted beetroot and fennel salad.
Fadi, roasted zucchini, yoghurt, lemon, tahini and garlic
Great for dipping with your.
Spiced battered squid. Fabulous batter!
Zucchini & Feta Fritters – AMAZING!!!!!!
Paprika and lemon marinated chicken breast
Fillet of Sea Bream with warm lemon dressing
Too Hot To handle cocktail (must try)
Wine – White Lxsir Altitudes, a traditional Lebanese wine. Crisp, fresh and very easy to drink.
7–9 Bute Street
London, SW7 3EY
020 3195 3001
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