Moro’s Feast Menu – Wilderness 2015

“Wilderness has become a must-do event in the Moro
and every year we look forward to being part
of this unique cultural experience. This year, we’re
delighted to be bringing a host of new dishes and flavours
to the festival, all housed in our stunning Souk Tent.”
 – Sam Clark

Book now for a Moro Feast on (available for lunch and dinner) Friday 7, Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 August.



Wilderness feast menus revealed!

This year, Wilderness festival is turning out to be a true gastronome’s delight.  

Sam and Sam Clark, and the Moro team, will bring their taste of the exotic to Wilderness, serving delicious Moorish-inspired feasts in their stunning Souk dining tent each day of the festival.  A separate menu including breakfast, a selection of tapas and mezze and all day mains will also be available all weekend, complete with atmospheric tunes to complete the dining experience.

Morito, Sam and Sam’s “simultaneously supercool and modest” tapas and mezze bar, will also be at Wilderness with a pop-up bar, next to the Moro Souk Tent.  Morito will kick off the festival with an exquisite six-course sherry-paired feast on Thursday 7 August.

As though all that wasn’t enough, 2014 will see the exciting launch of the Wilderness Cookery School, boasting a truly astonishing array of foodie talent.  Samantha will be holding a Masterclass with dishes from Morito’s new book.

After this weekend, festival food will never seem the same again…


Moro Feast

Moro feast menu

Lunch and dinner on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Complimentary glass of Tio Pepe fino sherry

Spanish charcuteria and cheese plate with home made pickles, olives, crudités and picos

Chilled cucumber and yoghurt soup with toasted cumin, currants and walnuts

Fried red horn peppers with preserved lemon, crispy capers and coriander

Charcoal grilled butterflied leg of lamb
Braised courgettes with Marcona almonds, cherry tomatoes, cinnamon and coriander
Summer vegetable salad with anise rusks and labneh
Crispy filo pastry with yoghurt cream, lemon curd, orange blossom water and pistachios



Morito feast

Morito sherry feast menu

Thursday 7th August only

El Rocio Manzanilla
Marinated olives and smoked almonds
Tomato, avocado and anchovy montadito
Cuttlefish with potatoes, thyme and paprika
Warm escarole and pinto bean salad with mojama
Tio Pepe fino
Tuna confit in olive oil with sweet onions
Viña AB Amontillado
Seared oyster mushrooms with Iberico panceta and almonds
Leonor Palo Cortado
Charcoal grilled horn peppers with pork chicharrones
Solera 1847, Oloroso Dulce
Two Spanish Blue cheeses
Nectar, Pedro Ximenez
Malaga raisin ice cream




Moro day menu

Breakfast (8am-midday)

Huevos rotos (with or without chorizo) £6.50
Homemade granola with yoghurt, orange blossom, local berries and pistachios £5.50
Classic bonito, egg and potato salad with alioli £6

To drink
Ozone coffee, fresh mint tea, fresh apple juice

Tapas and mains (all day)
Smoked almonds, olives and pickles £4
Charcoal grilled chicken with chips and salsa roja £7.50
Spanish cocido with smoked panceta, chorizo, morcilla and chickpeas £7
Spiced lamb with chopped salad, humous, chilli butter and flatbread £7.50
Charcoal grilled lamb chops with toasted cumin, paprika and lemon £8
Vegetarian mezze £8

Screen Shot 2014-05-22 at 11.11.55

Moro Guests at Possessed N1’s Dinner Club

A festive supper with just a hint of Almodovar…

Shopping for Christmas needn’t leave you on the verge of a nervous breakdown! For two nights only – 4th and 5th December – favourite London restaurant, Moro, is guesting at north London vintage emporium, Possessed N1, to create an alternative festive supper club experience where delicious food meets glamorous shopping.

Celebrating all things bright, beautiful, and bountiful, these glamorous supper soirées will be a nod to the food of Spain and the kitsch and glamour of Pedro Almodovar’s movies, offering up a delicious four course supper in the unique setting of Tania Rowling’s shop, nestled in Islington’s famous Chapel Market.

Moro’s bejewelled dishes will be served at themed tables, dressed with 50s and 60s crockery and objets, in Rowling’s shop-come-home; what could be more satisfying than Chestnut and Chorizo Soup in a Midwinter bowl, flanked by a porcelain bull?!

Sated by dishes including: Sea Bass Ceviche with Seville Orange and Cumin; Duck Fattee; Chickpea Pilav and Pistachios; and Moro’s classic Sherry Trifle, diners will be surrounded by a cornucopia of one-off gifts, all available for purchase: ladies’ and gents’ apparel that wouldn’t be out of place in Almodovar’s Volver; vintage ladies’ scarves emblazoned with matadors and flamenco dancers of a bygone era; and period cocktail shakers and glasses, perfect for the festive season – all available to try and purchase between courses.

Dinner will be cooked by Samantha and Samuel Clark and the evening will be hosted by Tania Rowlings.

Tickets £50.00 each and include a four course dinner and a complimentary glass of Pomegranate Cava.

Wine will be available for purchase on the night.

Tickets are available from Possessed N1 via email:

Moro’s Christmas Menu

Cava and pomegranate aperitivo £8.50


Chestnut and chorizo soup  £8.00

Avocado with grated bottaga, dill and red onion £8.50

Pan fried field mushrooms with porcini,
bone marrow and cecina on toast  £8.50

Sea bass ceviche with Seville orange and cumin £9

Pan fried calves liver with grilled onion salad,
pomegranate molasses and mint £8.50

Chicory and frisée salad with Picos blue cheese,
toasted walnuts and Muscatel raisins  £8.00


Wood roasted pork with pumpkin pisto,
churrasco sauce and escarole salad £18.50

Duck fattee with roast orange,
chickpea pilav, pistachios and crispy onions £19.00

Charcoal grilled bream with slow cooked leeks and yoghurt,
wrinkled potatoes and olive sweet herb oil £19.50

Charcoal grilled lamb with bulgur and cabbage pilav,
seasoned yoghurt and chilli butter £19.50

Wood roasted sea bass with roast beetroot,
almond and sherry vinegar sauce £21.00

Mixed vegetable mezze  £16.50


Yoghurt cake with pistachios and pomegranates  £7.50

Malaga raisin ice cream  £6.50

New season’s bergamot orange curd tart £7.00

Rosewater and cardamom ice cream  £6.50

Chocolate and apricot tart  £7.50

Carpuelo, Picos de Europa and Torta cheeses with membrillo  £9.00

To reserve by telephone, please call the restaurant on
+44 (0)20 7833 8336

Online bookings can be made here.

Moro returns to Wilderness!

The Moro Souk Tent

8-11 August 2013

Wilderness continues to delight festival goers’ taste buds with the return of the award-winning Moro restaurant to Cornbury Park.

Bringing a taste of the exotic to Wilderness with their stunning Souk dining tent, Sam and Sam Clark and the Moro team, will be serving delicious Moorish inspired feasts featuring local produce every day of the festival.  A separate menu including breakfast, a selection of tapas and mezze, all day mains and cocktails will also be available all weekend, complete with atmospheric tunes to complete the dining experience.

Moro founder Sam Clark says: “We are really excited to be at the Wilderness Festival for a third year with our fabulous Moro Souk tent!

“During Wilderness, the Moro team will be providing all-day delectable dishes, but in particular a sumptuous Feast which includes warm goat’s cheese with slow cooked tomato jam, Cornbury Park lamb mechoui roasted whole on a spit with grilled summer vegetable salad with mint and chilli, spiced labneh and tomato bulgur pilaf, topped off with Yoghurt cake with pistachios and local summer berries.

“We look forward to meeting and cooking for our fabulous festival goers.”

Tickets now on sale.

Wilderness menu 2013

day menu

This month’s Lebanese-inspired menu

On the 12th of May, Moro hosted a Sunday Lunch Club, inspired by Sam and Sam’s travels to Lebanon.

If you missed out, or just want to revisit the tastes you experienced, then you’re in for a treat.  This month, Moro’s menu will feature dishes from the event, with a selection of Massaya wines available by the glass.

Blood orange, orange bitters and cava Aperitivo £8.50


Beetroot and black cumin soup with sweet herb borani  £7.00
Labneh with braised artichoke hearts, pickles and flat bread stuffed with za’atar  £8.00
Merinda tomato salad with octopus, capers, dill and anis  £8.50
Pan fried calves liver with grilled onion salad, pomegranates and mint  £8.50
Humous with crispy lamb, chopped salad and pine nuts  £8.50
English asparagus with orange, prawn and wild garlic dressing  £8.50


Wood roasted pork with slow cooked fennel with jamόn and almond sauce  £18.50
Charcoal grilled bream with caramelized new seasons garlic and sherry vinegar, fried potatoes and gem lettuce salad   £18.50
Wood roasted duck with farika and walnut pilaf, slow cooked peas and orange  £18.50
(We recommend a glass of Massaya gold, 175ml £11.00)
Wood roasted sea trout with anchovy and za’atar dressing, dressed chard and lemon salad, deep fried spiced cauliflower and chickpeas  £19.50
Charcoal grilled lamb with garlic puree, braised spring vegetables with mint and lentils £19.50
Mixed vegetable mezze  £16.50


Yoghurt cake with pistachios and pomegranate seeds  £7.00
(We recommend a glass of Finca Antigua moscatel, 100ml £6.25)
Rosewater and cardamom ice cream  £6.00
Blood orange and rosewater sorbet  £6.00
Chocolate and apricot tart  £7.00
Malaga raisin ice cream  £6.00
Carpuelo, Picos de Europa and Torta cheeses with membrillo  £9.00
(We recommend a glass of Leonor Palo Cortado, 100ml £6.50)


Some photos from the Sunday Lunch Club:

Sami Ghosn from Massaya Wines

Sami Ghosn from Massaya Wines

Massaya Wines

Massaya Wines

Sam and Sam

Sam and Sam

Sunday Lunch Club menu

Sunday Lunch Club menu

The Team, ready to go!

The Team, ready to go!