Spanish Nights will be our new weekly themed night at Màzi commencing Tuesday 7th July. Our chefs will be showcasing a range of authentic Spanish cuisine including paella, chorizo and churros. With sangria carafes and Spanish wine on the menu, let us take you to the heart of Spain.


Paella Valenciana

A Valencian rice cuisine with ancient heritage that begun in its modern form in the mid-nineteenth century near Albufera lagoon, a coastal lagoon in Valencia, on the east coast of Spain. The dish is widely regarded as Spain’s national dish, as well as a regional Valencian dish.
Forms of paella are Valencian paella, seafood paella and mixed paella. Valencian paella is considered to be the most popular recipe and consists of white rice, green beans, meat, white beans and seasoning such as saffron and rosemary.


A classic infusion from Spain and Portugal which contains wine, chopped fruit, sweetener and a small amount of brandy. The chopped fruit usually consists of orange, lemon, lime, apple, peach, melon, berries, pineapple, grape, kiwifruit and mango. The sweetener is commonly honey, sugar, syrup or orange juice. Sangria is immersed while refrigerated for as little as a few minutes or up to a few days.
This beverage is regularly served with a wooden spoon to get fruit out from the bottom of the punchbowl or jug. Sangria is also served in Cuba, Peru, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Chile, Argentina and of course, Australia.

13 nights to go until Spanish Nights begin!

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