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MAZI

Modern Greek Food

By Christina Mouratoglou and Adrien Carré

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Come, eat, drink, laugh, enjoy, talk, love...MAZI.

'Probaby the best Greek restaurant in England, Mazi is pure alchemy and poetry' - Alain Ducasse

'You must try it for its artful cooking, that honours the cuisine of Hellas while putting before the happy diner a succession of tastes that are blissfully new.' - Independent

MAZI:
TOGETHER - [tuh-geth-er] - adverb
Gathering, company, mass, combination, mixture

Tired of outdated perceptions of typical Greek food, Mazi is on a mission to revolutionize Greek cuisine. With a strong emphasis on sharing a feast of small dishes, Christina Mouratoglou and Adrien Carré bring a trendy tapas vibe to recipes exploding with flavour yet relying only on the finest fresh ingredients and simple techniques to achieve the best results. Introducing authentic flavours with a modern twist, Mazi is innovative Greek food at its best. Whether it's the Spicy tiropita with broken filo pastry, leeks & chillis, Crispy lamb belly with miso aubergine, chickpea & tahini purée or Loukoumades with lavender honey & crushed walnuts (Greek doughnuts soaked in honey), Mazi's food is intrisically edgy, cool and completely delicious.

Biographical Notes

United in their passion for Greek food, Adrien Carré and Christina Mouratoglou founded Mazi to introduce an exciting new Greek cuisine, breathing new life, colour and flavour into worn stereotypes.

Mazi opened its doors in Notting Hill, London, in June 2012 and has been showered with praise for its fresh, innovative food ever since. It is now one of the trendiest restaurants in London.

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