Meze-Mazi (which translates to “taste together”) is about authenticity. It’s real Greek food, prepared by native Greek chefs, served to customers seated on traditional woven Greek chairs.

The menu is based around family recipes, with highlights such as hunkar (slow-cooked beef served with a smoked eggplant bechamel) and honey-glazed lamb shoulder. It’s not just about the meat, though. The Cretan diet leans towards vegetarianism, as meat was traditionally unaffordable. There are many vegetarian options, but try the gemista– seasonal vegetables stuffed with a delicate mix of rice, pine nuts and herbs.

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Updated: March 21st, 2024

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