Address: 1 Curtain Road, London, E2CA 3JX
Open TImes: 4pm-12am
Ever thought of feeling like you’re in Morocco? Now’s your chance to witness for yourself, a recreated Moroccan wigwam designed in the heart of East London.
This winter you can now experience traditional colours of Morocco, a colourful built wigwam at Queen of Hoxton, who have recently turned their rooftop into a Moroccan theme vibe with cushions decorated for people to experience up until March 2018. Outside of the wigwam, the rooftop has recreated the famous cacti-filled Jardin Majorelle with a few green and spiky plants of their own cropping up under the glow of fairy lights.
Last night, I made a quick visit to Queen of Hoxton in Shoreditch to experience the exotic newly opened rooftop wigwam for me. Personally felt the Morocco Medina gave a bit of a Moroccan vibe, giving you a glimmer of being in Morocco. This place had a really nice atmosphere and surroundings with people gathered together around the cushions, carpets and tables.
An ideal place to visit with your friends or work colleagues to have that little special feeling you’re in Morocco. You could easily spend over an hour or so here with a group of people.
Queen of Hoxton recreated their menu inspired by Moroccan style food. This includes the Halloumi Fries, Falafel Wrap, Mint Tea and Vegan Mezze. I went ahead and tried their Halloumi Fries a well-known fries from Oli Baba in Camden market. I have to say it did not beat Oli Baba’s but there were worth a try. A deep-fried cheese with mint, chilli and Harissa yogurt.
Thanks for reading my post. I have also uploaded a new video when I viewed the opening for the Xmas lights in London.
Hope you all enjoy it 🙂