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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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DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island has appointed Murat Kara as chef de cuisine for its restaurant Meze.
Meze is a seemingly endless (and not to be missed) array of small dishes of meats, seafood, salads, beans, vegetables, aubergines, eggs, bread, olives and fried or grilled cheeses.
Bringing together the best of their restaurants, the menu features Vespa (Italian), Meze (Turkish) and Brasserie (French-European) highlights.
Michelle and Andreas Foulia-Constantinou - who won several local, regional and national awards during their time at Roses Tea Rooms, in Heswall, before selling up in 2012 - will be serving a range of home-cooked meze.
We knew we would be ordering meze so didn't look at the menu.
So, when Geoff pointed out the meze set meal at PS15 each, while pointing to the assortment of dishes on the next table as we watched the waiter bringing out loads of different food, we were sold.
First up was the meze sharing board platter featuring Cycladic aubergoni, an aubergine 'cannellioni' stuffed with feta cheese, traditional Greek coleslaw, Greek meatballs and wild garlic bread.
Subway at Jennings car dealership in Stockton and Meze Lounge in Middlesbrough two businesses looking for staff.
I'd head to the beautiful resort of Oia for a few cold beers followed by a typical Cypriot meze dinner.
The restaurant offered one of the most delicious fish meze on the island, served with contagious smiles and cordial friendliness.
Peace & Loaf is one of the restaurants which features in The Newcastle Cook Book, which is the eighth in a series produced by Sheffield-based Meze Publishing - best newcomer in the Independent Publishing Awards.