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Zahra Bar by day (for events before 5:00pm)
- Corporate functions (projectors, screens and flip boards can be provided)
- Team building
- Classes and workshops
- Product launches
- Photo shoots and filming
- Children’s discos and parties (including organising face painting and kid’s entertainers)
- Mum and toddler events
Please see our suggested menus for catering options, including coffee and pastries, sandwich platters, luxury breakfast table or set lunches. Bespoke menus are available upon request.
For further details or to make a booking please contact George on 02074989128 or send us the form below.
Zahra Bar by night (for events after 5:00pm)
- Birthday and Christmas parties
- Special celebrations
- Leaving drinks
- Launch parties
- Charity and networking events
Zahra Bar can be hired out exclusively in the evenings for up to 120 people or part hire for smaller groups.
Please see our suggested menus for catering options, including canapés, buffet, mezze feasts, or a la carte menus. Bespoke menus are available upon request.
For further details or to make a booking please contact Lily on 0123 456 789, or complete the enquiry form to the side:
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Bar Magazine, From Bar Magazine
“The drinks and the décor combine to create an atmospheric hangout that is worth the effort to seek out.”
Fluid London, From Fluid London
“Zahra Bar is a basement bar that oozes Middle Eastern sexiness.”
Restaurant Magazine, From Restaurant Magazine
“ It’s a breath of fresh air for the bar scene.”
Metro, From Metro
“On-the-money mixology - notably, the Hennessy cognac, cigar syrup and chartreause combo that is a Del’ight. Del’icious too.”
Chris Baker, From PA Life
Just downstairs from restaurant Del’ Aziz in Clapham comes this Middle Eastern themed basement bar which launched on Wednesday 25th January 2012.
Taking inspiration from Morocco the bar is intimate and distinctive. With mood lighting and candles a plenty, this venue gives its guests the opportunity to escape from the daily grind and embark on an adventure while enjoying a fine array of cocktails and mezzes to share.
Many classic cocktails are on the menu but with served with a slightly different twist. The signature dishes are certainly not for the faint hearted either with a Hennessey Cognac with cigar syrup and chartreuse aptly named the Del’ight. The Shanoush is made up of cinnamon-infused tequila with pear Cognac, fresh apple juice and green grapes and last but not least is the Zahra which comprises of Pampero rum with pineapple, spices, lime and the often deadly absinthe. The wine list comprises of bottles from Lebanon and Morocco which you certainly won’t find at a lot of bars, as well as Mediterranean wines. The entertainment will come in the shape of DJ’s, live jazz musicians and belly dancers.
There are some excellent features to enjoy such as the large copper Turkish tables. Groups of a larger size may wish to reserve a private seating area which can accommodate 18 people which is partitioned off from the rest of the bar by a beaded curtain.
Clapham Common tube station is on the Northern Line and is but a five minute walk away, meaning that you can dance to your heart’s content every Friday and Saturday night at South-West London’s newest hot spot. However, if you want to rest your party feet there are an ample number of places for you to sit back and drink in the unique atmosphere.
Square Meal Team, From Square Meal
The Clapham branch of mini-chain Del’Aziz also boasts an intimate ground-floor cocktail bar – a potentially austere, concrete cavern warmed up by lurid Turkish print wallpapers, twinkling night-lights, vibrant furniture and cosy recesses behind beaded curtains. Good shouts from the cocktail list include aviation no.1 (a sweet-and-sour Calvados, cassis and absinthe martini) and shanoush (cinnamon-infused tequila with pear cognac, apple juice and green grapes), while the well-stocked cellar yields some interesting finds from Georgia, Morocco, Turkey and the Lebanon, with plenty of attractive sub-£20 deals on offer. There’s also a decent range of beers, plus a large selection of teas and shisha – if you like that sort of thing. Beetroot falafel with spicy saffron dip and squid beignets in almond batter are recommended from a medley of mezze. Meanwhile, live music and occasional belly dancers are already connecting with Clapham’s Mini Cooper set.
Tacita Vero, From ViewLondon
It’s obvious that Clapham is already in love with Del’Aziz and the feeling is more than justified. If the Middle Eastern inspired menu and the fantastic deli attracts client around the clock, it is yet to be seen whether the same crowd of young professionals will patronise the bar as well. Chances are they will, although Zahra has to acquire more personality before this can become a local favourite. In these early days, Zahra lacks confidence: the communication with the staff is rather tentative and you may wait a long time for a cocktail that arrives in a sticky glass, even when it’s not busy. Surely things will adjust themselves with time and, for the moment, there are other elements which they are getting right, like the music, spun on a regular basis by a resident DJ. And to keep things colourful and exotic, the weekend sees a belly dancer swaying downstairs after entertaining the dining guests upstairs.