Mazi means 'together' in Greek and the name of the restaurant sets the tone for the style of dining with most of the jars, hot plates and signature dishes designed to be shared (or not - no one is judging). Staying true to form, the restaurant imports most of their ingredients from Greece and sources their fresh produce from local independent suppliers. To accompany the food are cocktails and an extensively researched all-Greek wine list.
Lining the dining room are photos, produce crates and open storage cubes showcasing the colourful array of Greek produce. A large communal table situated in the entrance is perfect for daytime for customers who wish to stop off for a quick drink or snack (such as traditional Greek coffee, fresh fruit juices, Semolina and Cinnamon cake and Custard Mpougatsa). Mazi also serves a laid back brunch menu on Saturday and Sunday.
Romantic al fresco dining
During the warmer months ask for the table in the garden under the vine and by the olive tree to transport you from Notting Hill to a Greek island.
Feta Tempura with caper meringue and lemon marmalade - a dish no table has yet gone without.
The refreshing Tzatziki Martini - based on the Greek side dish, a cucumber and yogurt appetiser.