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The Triangle offers fusion food - an eclectic mixture of Oriental, Mediterannean and Modern British cuisine. The atmosphere is laid back and friendly.

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Opening Hours
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MON

CLOSED

TUE

18:00 - 23:30

WED

18:00 - 23:30

THU

18:00 - 23:30

FRI

18:00 - 00:00

SAT

10:00 - 00:00

SUN

10:00 - 23:00

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By Andrew M.

I've been to The Triangle a few times as the food is excellent and very good value for money. They serve Mediterranean/Moroccan fare which is delicious, and there's a really nice garden for the summer.

Have recommended The Triangle to many a friend!


By Gregoria S.

I wish they knew what a Tagine is and how it's served... or they should take it off the menu. And sorry but the food we had wasn't really nice either... They also served food we didn't ask for... and on top of it all, it really is pricey. Not really a nice experience... have they changed management? the chef? who knows, but even one star seems too much for the review. The staff is friendly, yes, that's what the star is for.


By Anthoulla N.

I usually love this restaurant and have been several times over the years and taken many guests. However this Valentines day was very dissapointing. I booked a table for three for my birthday and they failed to inform me that there was one set menu of £35 per person plus any extras and drinks and no choice of anyhting else. One couple actually left because of this. When people go to the triangle it is for their unusual menu not for a tacky menu of fish or steak and chocolate cheese cake. We asked for our steak "rare" and it was served "Medium", so all in all very dissapointing! I suggest that next year they stick to their usual menu or at least have the courtesy to tell customers, when booking, what they are serving and the cost! If it wasn't my birthday I would have sent the steaks back or probably left as did the couple. Our bill came to £145!! A cheap shot for them not for us.


By Laura G.

Love The Triangle. Great friendly staff, lovely brunch, fantastic deco... If it was in Crouch End, it'd be impossible to turn up without booking but, as it is in Ferme Park Road between Crouch End and Finsbury Park, there's no need to book - at least in the daytime. Generous portions and a Moroccan friend said the tangine was very authentic and well done.


By Gen W.

Went here for a birthday and staff were attentive but slow. Myself and the birthday girl are veggies and there were limited and unimaginative options for us. Nevertheless the food was pleasant and there was nothing to complain about. Our meat and fish-eating friends were very impressed and enjoyed their meals much more, saying that they would definitely come back again. The décor is very interesting and the ambiance is good.


By Sarah W.

Prepare to be transported to another world.

Inside this palace of curiosities between Crouch End and Finsbury Park, with its rich fabrics, beaten metalwork, glowing candles and enchanting alcoves is a food-lover's heaven.

Moroccan-inspired but with elements of Asian, European and even Australasian cuisine, the menu is as eclectic as the decor.

We ate sardine salad with couscous - the fish moist with a perfectly crispy exterior, the couscous tender and spicy - then Thai green chicken curry, once again the ideal heat, texture and taste.

My companion's sirloin steak had a garnish of ginger which had her squeaking with pleasure. Owner Aziz Begdouri and His brother Youssef devised both the exotic interior (including a surreal bed with furniture stuck to the ceiling) and the funky fusion menu, having been a chef in both his native Morocco and in London.

Triangle won Archant's Best Moroccan restaurant in London award in 2006, best Chef in 2007 and Best themed restaurant in 2008.

Combined with the chilled world music, the gracious and happy service, the small but idyllic covered garden, the low-level den where you sit cross-legged on cushions, the inventive wine list (try the Moroccan sauvignon blanc - it's knockout) and the plethora of intricate, lovingly worked details everywhere you look, this is a stunning triumph of a restaurant.


By Lena J.

An excellent restaurant for either breakfast, a coffee(very good cappuccino), a light snack or a full meal. Great just to have a quick drink and a 'munch' as the atmosphere and decor is warm and friendly. The staff I have met are very friendly, and there is always warmth and 'frivolity' in the premises.

Have tried four of the meals and the seafood broth is exquisite, as the variety of tastes changes with every mouthful. The Thai Curry is more warm than spicy, but the aftertaste does bring out an ensemble of spiced deep flavours. Overall a very good, very friendly dining experience, that I will return to.


By Sarah W.

Why is the Triangle one of my favourite restaurants? Because when I go out for a meal, I like to eat food that is imaginative, interesting – and, of course, tasty. What I particularly like about the menus is that they are not tied to any specific theme or nationality; each dish seems to have been carefully and individually thought out so that the style of cooking, herbs, spices and accompaniments have been used to bring the best out in the ingredients. My last meal there, for example, I would imagine zigzagged across the globe in terms of origin – crispy spring rolls with chilli dip, goat curry with mango rice, the famous Triangle Baileys cheesecake, accompanied by a New World wine and Chinese beer .
Because I can meet friends for Sunday breakfast at 11 am – and the Triangle’s Moroccan version of a full English breakfast has to be tried to be believed! Then, if the weather is nice, we can go for a walk in Alexandra Park, or go blackberry picking; if it’s miserable, or we haven’t yet run out of conversation, we can stay on, maybe having a dessert and/or light starter with a glass or two of wine.
Because of the extra touches, often of his own invention, that Aziz introduces into his dishes; for example: water melon in the stir-fried noodles, parsnip crisp garnish, mushrooms marinaded before cooking so they taste “like mushrooms used to taste”; the delicate long strips of salted cucumber.
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I was going to add something about the décor/pictures – but thought I’d better just stick to the food!

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