Mazi founders to open second Greek-inspired restaurant

By James McAllister

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Adrien Carre and Christina Mouratogloum husband and wife team behind Notting Hill’s Mazi to open a second Greek-inspired restaurant

Related tags: Greek cuisine, Restaurant, Bistro, Notting hill

Adrien Carre and Christina Mouratogloum, the husband and wife team behind Notting Hill’s Mazi, are to open a second Greek-inspired restaurant next month.

Located a couple of doors down from Mazi, Suzi Tros will offer diners a range of Greek-inspired sharing dishes in a bistro setting and is named after a character from the cult classic 1960s Greek film ‘I Parisiana’.

Spread across two floors, the upstairs dining room has a 10-seat kitchen counter in addition to a dining space seating 30, with a cocktail bar downstairs serving drinks and nibbles.

Overseen by Mazi head chef John Skotidas, the menu is inspired by the traditional small eateries dotted across Christina’s hometown of Thessaloniki and will feature a selection of small plates based on Northern Greek cuisine.

Raw dishes include crayfish tartare; sea urchin; and bonito carpaccio, while the hot dish selection features whole grilled calamari; meatballs; and grilled and smoked whole aubergine cooked on the kitchen’s open charcoal grill.

Dishes will be accompanied by the changing selection of fresh salads including stuffed peppers with rice; and a salad of chickpea and octopus.  Drinks will include a selection of entirely Greek wines and beers.

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