Kenza Restaurant and Lounge


If you didn't know Kenza meant 'treasure' in Arabic, you'd still feel it when you walked through the door. It's a world away from the City above - a glamorous bar to lounge in, chic alcoves for private dining and belly-dancing when night falls. With a 150 seat restaurant, a private dining room seating up to 60 people and a cocktail lounge seating 60.

Relish the richness of homestyle Lebanese dishes and be enchanted by the shadow play of light through beaded lamps. Share stories over mouthfuls of spiced mezze. And, when you can’t eat another bite, relinquish yourself to the intensity of the night as belly dancers entice you to revel until dawn.



  • London - Christmas Dinner, London - Christmas Lunch
  • Taking Bookings
  • Dance floor
  • Disabled Toilets
  • No Door Charge
  • No hoodies, Smart casual
  • Over 18
  • Party mash up
  • Booking required


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 11:30 23:00
Tuesday 11:30 23:00
Wednesday 11:30 23:00
Thursday 11:30 23:00
Friday 11:30 23:30
Saturday 17:00 23:30
Sunday 17:00 23:00



Kenza Restaurant and Lounge, 10, Devonshire Square, EC2M 4YP


Liverpool Street

Nearest Station

Liverpool Street (Tube)


  • Cuisines

    This venue serves Lebanese, Middle Eastern, International, Small Plates and Grill food.

  • A word from the chef:

    We offer middle eastern cuisine at it's very best, from a la carte to feast menus, from mezza to bar snacks Kenza has it all.

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Cost Min spend
Min spend
Dar Cherifa Private Room 60 70 - £2500.00 £4000.00
Dar Lazrak Private Room 14 0 - £900.00 £1200.00
Alcove Private Room 6 0 - £300.00 £400.00
Full Hire Venue Hire 220 280 - £10000.00 £18000.00

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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Customer Reviews (813)

Our Review

Passport to Beirut: We Took A Trip Down To Kenza

There aren’t a lot of places in central London you can get a bellydance every night of the week but Kenza is one of them. No sooner had I stepped into this cavernous restaurant under Devonshire Square and started sipping on a delicious Amira cocktail (gin and chambered muddled with raspberries andstrawberries…

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