meze


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me·ze

 (mĕt′zā)
n.
Variant of mezze.

meze

(ˈmɛzɛ)
n
(Cookery) a type of hors d'oeuvre eaten esp with an apéritif or other drink in Greece and the Near East
[C20: from Turkish meze snack, appetizer]
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The Meze Lounge described its shock zero scoring in April as a 'blip', immediately closing its doors to make "urgent improvements" on the say so of council inspectors.
| Where: Coco Gelato, 133b Woodville Road, Cardiff, CF24 4DZ Halloumi Fries at Maria's Greek Meze Bar Taverna These are an incredible snack or a tasty addition to a summer evening's meze.
A couple behind us had the Meze which seemed to include some unusual variations.
These recalled the meze plates offered onboard Turkish Airlines.
Serve warm with Feta as part of a shared meal and, if you are going to serve with other Greek meze, don't forget the ouzo.
There will also be an assorted dessert meze. Drinks served include KEO and Mythos beer.
Promenade du Sergent Navarro 34140 Meze, FRANCE Tel: +33 4 67 46 64 82 Email: greensea@greensea.fr
Meze Mediterr[sz]neo, a casual dining restaurant inspired by the culinary regions along the Mediterranean Sea, announced Tuesday it's open for business at 680 Mall Drive in Schaumburg.
There will also be a Greek meze sharing board with chicken souvlaki, lamb kofte, deep fried halloumi, fattouche salad, pitta breads, hummus, tzatziki and mixed olive as well as tapas plate with Tempura king prawns, chorizo with honey, calamari with aioli, Serrano ham, breaded Manchego, Ortiz tuna salad and mixed olives.
From multiple meze dishes to steaks and souvlaki from the grill and, of course, moussaka, diners here are well catered for.