Greece’s culinary tradition dates back thousands of years and has evolved over time to absorb many diverse influences. Its style of cooking blends an extensive use of olive oil, lemon juice, vegetables, herbs, grains and bread, wine, fish and several meats, including lamb, chicken and pork.
With the history books at our finger tips, the MÀZi team were able to hand pick seventeen specific Greek dishes to be featured as a must have of cuisines for Greek Nights at MÀZi.

Below are three dishes from the menu that have been proven favourites with our members and guests.

Arni Souvlaki
Served with rice, garden salad, hand cut chips, tzatziki
+ pita bread

This dish offers an all in one Greek experience for anyone who has never tried Greek cuisine. The serving is sizable with an array of sides to accompany your mouth-watering lamb skewer. This dish can easily be shared between two but if your feeling game you could eat it all by yourself.

Lamb Moussaka
Served with house made lamb, eggplant + potato bake with garden salad

This dish is a staple in the Greek cuisine cook book. Featuring layers of house made Lamb, eggplant topped with potato bake. This authentic dish is a must try on Greek Nights at MÀZi.

Fried Baklava + Walnut Ice Cream
With salted caramel sauce

Your Greek dining experience could not be complete without a baklava for dessert. This dish is rich, filled with sweet filo pastry and chopped nuts, held together with salted caramel sauce. You’ll love it.

If you’re yet to experience Greek Nights at MÀZi, hurry, time is running out! Only 3 Greek Nights left until Spanish Nights commence on Tuesday 7 July.
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