Mazza

Mazza

Flatlay by @johnbunag

Every week is a study in anticipation  for foodgasmic adventures .

Seems like every corner you turn , a new foodie experience awaits. Im always happy exploring areas that are unfamiliar. Although I consider Makati along with BGC and Ortigas my comfort zones, obviously there are still a lot of  unknown territories awaiting discovery

That is why an invite by Zomato to check out two restaurants in Legaspi Village made me curious and excited.


Asked what "Mazza" meant,  soft-spoken Karen Dulay Carino (owner-chef) simply answered "appetizers" in Mediterranean-speak. Note that  this Legaspi branch is the 5th outlet among all Mazza branches as follows :

Mckinley HIll
Eastwood city walk 2
Eton Centris Diliman QC
Northgate Cyberzone Filinvest City Muntinlupa

Here is  a list of what we enjoyed last Wednesday


Grilled Pita with Garlic Curry Dip P105
Dip was garlicky. Curry was very subtle though


Grilled Pita with Jalapeno Hummus P115
Between Garlic Curry and Jalapeno Hummus, I am partial to the latter . 
I like its strong flavor and thick texture,

Mixed Plate Kebab Meal ( beef, chicken) with buttered rice P125
Beef were tender. Chicken were moist. What more can you ask for?


Sizzling Beef Shawarma with rice or with pita P240
I love the concept of making your own shawarma. Wouldnt mind having more beef though


Chicken shawarma wrap P115

Simply delicious and cheap for its price. Will fill you up in no time.


Platter 2 beef 2 chicken 2 fish P310
6 skewered meat for P310? Not bad. Rice please.


SUMMARY
Over all food was generally good and price pocket friendly.
Ambiance was casual and laid back.
Loved the black and white tiles.

You come to Mazza when you want something Mediterranean
that is delicious and filling without
putting too much of a dent in your pocket






Mazza Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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