Farewell not goodbye

To all my customers! to all the people that enjoyed being in my place and felt that it was their home away from home.

I want to let you know that I will be cooking for the last time at Amoul’s on the 28th of October. No I am not retiring I do not prescribe to this concept at all! I believe that I am one of the very few independent businesses left standing in London.

It is getting harder for independents to survive on their own and the pressures of running a small business becoming more difficult to sustain. I have seen the food industry change so much in the past fifteen years, trends came and went, I have evolved the business with the ever changing times at the same time staying true to myself and to my customers.

The time has come for Amoul to start a new chapter. Meantime I would like to thank all of my wonderful customers who have enjoyed my food over the years and most of them have become dear friends, thank you for your love, support and encouragement.

This is not the end of the cooking for me! This is not the end of Amouls. Watch this space I will keep you posted.

lots of love,

Amoul X

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Press & Clippings

A selection of reviews, notes left by customers & published writings

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Joseph Haboush, The Daily Star, Beirut

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Jay Rayner, Observer Magazine, UK

Healthista

Charlotte Dormon, Healthiest, UK

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Fred Dust, IDEO Eyes Open: London: A Field Guide for the Curious (Eyes Open)

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Restaurant Good Food Guide 2016, Tatler, UK

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John Graham’s Birthday wishes

Jen, Andy & Oliver

Jen, Andy & Oliver

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Review by The Western Mail-Wales 2011

Western Mail Magazine, UK, 2011