Lazeez Tapas offers the tastes and smells of Beirut, with its Lebanese tapas menu (alongside wraps and heartier mains). An outdoor terrace and a cosy basement make it perfect for all weathers.
Here at Lazeez Tapas we bring a sharing culture akin to that in Lebanon, serving up contemporary Lebanese cuisine with a Mediterranean twist in a great central London location right next to Selfridges department store in Oxford Street.
We use the freshest of ingredients in our cooking, importing quality produce from Lebanon as well as sourcing other ingredients locally, such as our olive oil and meat, which is all halal. Our halloumi cheese and yoghurt come from a Lebanese dairy.
The meat is cooked over a charcoal grill and sprinkled with herbs, to give it a natural taste and flavour and all wraps are served with homemade chips and a fresh salad.
Our seasonal menus offer something for everyone, from mixed grills and hot and cold tapas dishes, to healthy salads, vegetarian and vegan dishes as well as some gluten-free options.
For those wishing to take a break from shopping in Oxford Street or meet with friends over a coffee or pot of herbal or fresh mint tea and something sweet, we serve Lebanese and Turkish coffee as well as a more traditional illy espresso or cappuccino, accompanied with our freshly made Lebanese baklava prepared by our Lebanese bakers and pastry chefs who also bake our fresh Lebanese bread every day.
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