Azar

Azar

We often send our own Peacock Pavilions hotel clients to this restaurant and club, with its Moroccan-Lebanese vibe.  The décor is appropriately moody, in ivories and deep reds with hand-carved, Oriental plasterwork and stylish swivel seating.  Belly dancers make their way onto the scene later in the evening.  

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