Guest Cuisine ~ Middle Eastern

27.02.2014

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Want to know who is the master mind behind out Middle Eastern Guest Cuisine? Then let us tell you some more about them…

Before working at Za Za Bazaar Bristol Gaurav Dayal worked at a hotel resort located in Saudi Arabia. Through his time here Gaurav picked up many authentic Middle Eastern recipes and learnt traditional skills and tips from top Arabic Chefs. Gaurav prepares the Shawarma dish that we are currently serving as part of our Middle Eastern Guest Cuisine, with authentic flavours and spices, which sets it apart from the British Kebab houses. The special blend of spices and marinade, give a truly delicious flavour that has everyone coming back for more.   

 

Gaurav has designed the Middle Eastern menu and drawn on his experience in Middle Eastern cooking to choose dishes that reflect the beautiful flavours of the Middle East. Each dish is prepared using the traditional Middle Eastern method

 

When asked what’s the best thing about this guest cuisine. Gaurav says that "Several customers from Middle East have given huge compliments saying they have not found this authentic taste anywhere in England and we should be doing this more often"

 

Menu

The famous grill featuring

Farsi laham

(Persian style grilled lamb chop from Iran)

Dijaz shish tawook

(Lebanese grilled chicken drumsticks flavoured with tomato)

Dijaz shawarma

(Spiced chicken shawarma from shores of Dubai)

 

Accompanied by a variety of Middle Eastern inspired dips

Muharmaara

(A Yoghurt dip flavoured with walnut and pepper from Lebanon)

Hummus brutee

(Spicy chickpea dip from Syria)

Tahina saalsa

(Tahina dip flavoured with garlic and lemon from Jordan)

Philphil al saalsa

(Hot tomato chilli dip from Turkey)

All served with freshly made kubus

 

A wide variety of mezze including

Sambusek laham

(Crisp short pastry stuffed with lamb mince)

 Za Za own in house special recipe falafel

(Famous chickpea patty from Syria)

 

Dijaj zatar

(Thyme flavoured chicken wings tossed in pomegranate molasses from the Royal Kingdom of Jordan)

Jatun bin philphil salatha

(Lebanese style olive and pepper salad)

Tabulleh

(Parsley and cracked wheat salad, from Syria)

Fatoush

(Country style salad topped with fried bread from Saudi Arabia)

 

Satisfying main courses  

Dawood basha

(Meat balls cooked in cumin flavoured tomato sauce)

Rus bin shaiirya

(Lebanese vermicelli rice cooked in rich stock)

Samak charmoula

(Pan grilled fish with tangy herb sauce from Syria)

Kamounneh

(Potatoes topped with aromatic herbs from Jordan)

 

For more information and bookings please visit www.zazabazaar.com or call 0117 922 0330.

Terms and Conditions apply. Za Za Bazaar Bristol Only. Dinner Monday to Saturday only.