Enjoy a slice of the Levant in London’s Battersea at Mazar, a Lebanese restaurant serving some of the city’s freshest meze and providing superlative service. Found on Battersea Square just steps from the Thames, the restaurant is situated in an ideal location near numerous transport links including Clapham Junction just a stone’s throw away. An ideal spot to throw an unforgettable party, Mazar can accommodate up to 140 seated diners for events ranging from weddings and corporate events to special disco parties and birthday celebrations. Mix and match from an array of Mazar’s meze including favourites like charcoal-grilled halloumi, moussaka, labneh, falafel, fatayer and arayes chicken, or go exotic by ordering dafadeh (frogs legs) or haliwat (lamb sweet bread with lemon juice). Whatever you take, it’s going to be excellent. Stop by and see what we mean.
We had the platter of 8 starters for £13.95 Really delicious food and a very polite, attentive service. Couldn't have asked for more. Also, battersea square is a lovely place to sit outside on on a summers eve.
Friendly service from the proprietor, and an excellent mezze. Enjoyable experience. Have not tried the main courses, but if the mezze is anything to go by, it will be traditional and good.
Good quality food, will certainly pay another visit for the food (had the mixed kebab). Service was distinctly average though hence the 5 star rating.
Absolutely fantastic food the chicken and lamb was so tender it reminded me of back home!! Brilliant friendly service and not overpriced, we loved it thank you Marlon and all!!!
Unfortunatley, the food was not good, not for a lebanese, especially the main, shish tawok looked like it had a fight with a mincing machine, torn andc the lamb shawerma was dry. Portions for the starter were ok, main was below par. The bill was £100 for 6 starters, a £35 of wine, which makes the main £30. I am from the middle east, the service offered by Nabil was impeccable, however, the food, abysmal.
Mazar is a better płace to eat with family and enjoy the nicely cooked tasty Afghan food. A nice clean płace to eat and talk
It was fine, but I won't be rushing back. Food was okay, wine was nice and service efficient but menu wasn't particularly exciting and food wasn't worth the price - it wasn't a cheap meal at >£40 per head.
Not as good as last time we went. The waitress was attentive but rather forgetful. Still a nice place to go - but on the pricey side
The service was excellent. Our mousakka was very tastey but unfortunately the platter of starters to share for two people not so. For two people the platter was too small.