The space at Barzaari holds its industrial origins close with its obnoxiously high ceilings, polished concrete floors, exposed brickwork and the odd towering concrete pillar. Despite the heavy industrial influence, Barzaari exudes a sense of warmth and familiarity that seamlessly compliments their Eastern Mediterranean menu.
There’s not an overpriced falafel in sight on the Barzaari menu, instead chefs offer up inventive dishes inspired by the culture and flavours of Cyprus, Lebanon, Egypt and Syria.
The dishes are designed for sharing and cater to all appetites from ‘bites’ through to ‘small’, ‘big’, and ‘sweet’ offerings. Do yourself a favour a pop down to Kensington Street to sink your teeth into the most drool-worthy lamb shoulder with harissa and yoghurt tahini.
If you're in the market for a drink offering that's a class above, then Barzaari is your guy. With a sophisticated offering of 'Liqueur’z' & 'Digestif’z' right through to spirits, wine and beer, the seven page beverage selection will leave you spoilt for choice.