Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Vegetarian options
Open now 12:00 - 23:00
$$$$ Price range per person £11-25
7-9 Bute St, London
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London, England, United Kingdom

Besides South Kensington, visit Ceru in the vicinity. This bar is recommended to Mediterranean cuisine lovers. Trying perfectly cooked lamb shoulder, apple salads and halloumi is what a number of guests advise. Order good ice cream, baklava dessert and chocolate mousse at Ceru when you happen to be near it. This place is famous for delicious house wine, craft beer or coffee martini. Drink great apple tea, apple juice or mint lemonade, it's a must when visiting this place.

The cosy atmosphere of this spot makes visitors feel relaxed and have a nice time. The hospitable staff works hard, stays positive and makes this place great. Service at this bar is something one can call fabulous. Most people note that prices are low for what you get. Ceru can be featured by the divine decor inside. This place was rated on Trip, it got 4.5.

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Surprisingly nice place to have food.. lamb is there signature dish
Great food, but you have to make a reservation
It's hard for me to believe that there are so few reviews for what may be one of the finest Mediterranean restaurants in London.  As New Yorkers, we have become attuned to great aromas that often envelope the outside of a truly outstanding dining establishment. And as we stood at the entrance to Ceru, we knew that if we were fortunate to be seated, since we didn't have a reservation, we would indeed be in for an extraordinary dining experience. Carmen greeted us and promised that we would be seated within a few minutes and soon we were seated in their small but very attractive restaurant. A waiter brought us our menus and began to explain how  we should try to select two to three dishes per person (even though it would be more fun to share all the dishes).  The front side of their menu describes how they care about preserving our natural resources and they donate  $ 1 pound for every glass of tap water they serve to The World Land Trust. When  we turned the menu over we were given  lots of details about all the Dips, Salads, Seafood, Vegetarian, Meat and Poultry. The menu describes all the different herbs and spices that are used in each of the selections. There are symbols for " spicy", " nuts", "eggs" as well as many other allergens.  We ordered Ceru's own craft beer that was so tasty, it didn't taste like any beer, we've had in NY! We  ordered Fresh Beetroot & Shanklish with prunes,red chili, pine nuts and fresh herbs, Spiced Warm Cauliflower & Walnut, Fillet of Sea Bream, Lamb Shoulder and a side order of Pan Fried Tender-stem Broccoli. Each dish was so beautifully prepared with such elegant seasoning and cooked to perfection. I hate to admit it, but my review doesn't and can't properly describe how delightfully delicious our culinary adventure was at this remarkable restaurant. Carmen, who had first welcomed us into her restaurant, came over to make sure we were enjoying our dinner. She insisted on bringing us their complementary homemade lemonade as we ate a phenomenal chocolate mousse with cherries that was an amazing treat. Fortunately they have two restaurants in London, the other is in Soho, so we will make sure to dine in one of their establishments again before we return to NY.  If you are lucky enough to live in London and don't have to fly 3,000 miles to go out for dinner, you should be lining up outside of CERU for what will certainly be a memorable dining experience.
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7-9 Bute St, London, England, United Kingdom
Delivery Outdoor seating Takeaway Booking Сredit cards accepted Parking Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 11:00-22:00
MondayMon 12:00-23:00
TuesdayTue 12:00-23:00
WednesdayWed 12:00-23:00
ThursdayThu 12:00-23:00
FridayFri 12:00-23:00
SaturdaySat 11:00-23:00

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