A friendly restaurant, informal atmosphere but refined food where the name meze means small sharing plates in the Middle East and Mediterranean. The food is mainly Mexican with s strong local touch, using local produce. The Chiles used by themselves or in sauces are absolutely delicious. The menu is limited but you can share appetizers as well as main courses. The service is friendly and necessary explanations provided.
It is very unfortunate that the chef owner has decided to retire and hence close the restaurant in late October 2017. So, if you are in the vicinity make sure you catch the last days of this restaurant.
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