Lazeez Tapas

29 Duke Street, London W1U 1LF View on map

Opening hours

Sun: 11:00 - 00:00
Mon: 11:00 - 00:00
Tues: 11:00 - 00:00
Wed: 11:00 - 00:00
Thurs: 11:00 - 00:00
Fri: 11:00 - 00:00
Sat: 11:00 - 00:00

Nearest Station

Bond Street

020 7935 2755

About us

Lazeez means tasty, and tapas is about sharing, so this gives you an idea of what you can expect at Lazeez Lebanese tapas.Lazeez Tapas continuosly works to use Lebanese products in order to give a more authentic Lebanese flavour, taste and quality. Lazeez Tapas brings the feel of downtown Beirut to Mayfair London, ocated opposite Selfridges. For Lebanese people, there's nothing better than sharing food and drink with friends while surrounded by music and great ambience. Lazeez Tapas offers three dining areas, a bar and a lovely terrace on the first floor and for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the west end, the Lazeez maze lounge offers a great get away experience. Lazeez Tapas serves authentic Lebanese wine, wraps, grilled meat dishes, platters, and a selection of delicious cold and hot tapas, salads, falafels, desserts, Lebanese coffee, fresh juices and lovely cocktails.The kitchen closes at 11pm daily.

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Website

http://www.lazeeztapas.co.uk


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Reviews

Lazeez Lebanese Tapas
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3.3 out of 5 stars

Daliah
Daliah

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Best Lebanese in London!!! Much better in quality than the big chains. And conveniently located next to the best shopping in London (Selfridges). As a vegan, this is such an amazing place to go to and many options to choose from. The food is always of highgest quality and the staff superbly friendly! A real joy to go to and highly recommendable.

Robert Cathan
Robert Cathan

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Amazing food and even better service. This restaurant is a great experience for dining couples

Mo Mo
Mo Mo

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

Shisha costs 50 pounds! Thats 5 times what you pay in Edgware Road (normally its 10 pounds). Very pricy place and tourist prices. Honestly a rip off!

Sam M
Sam M

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Deceptive, lying, vulgar staff and disappointing food! London's worst restaurant!
Avoid this place. I wish I could give zero or negative star. This place is all about: unbelievably rude and abusive staff who shout at you if you complain; misleading menu; dirty frozen food with hair in them!
Worst of all, a manager who fools customer and backs up the action of his rude staff by not refunding and giving no compensation but a smile and some words.
So if a manager disappoints and deceives you who are you gonna complain to?
In the menu they mentioned a mixed platter with a choice of 6 mezze for 25 GBP. Separately all mezze are priced individually too. So it gives an impression of a meal deal! We ordered 6 mezze and we were expecting to be charged according to the deal.
They brought the dishes with hair in one of the food and we asked them to remove the dirty dish and not charge us for that. Not only they charged for all the food they also added up the prices of starters separately and not as a meal deal of 25 pounds so it costed 57 pounds.
After we complained the waiters reacted unbelievably rude and even one of them named "Abed" started shouting and treating us aggressively.
Later, although the so called manager (named Emilio) became aware of the mistake in the menu he did not offer any refund or compensation. He expected us to accept that what is past is past.
The terrible people at this place are giving the Lebanese cuisine a bad name by serving awful overpriced frozen food and unprofessional staff who knows nothing about Lebanese cuisine or customer service. Their business is a total joke!

Nuno Abrantes
Nuno Abrantes

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

when you go to a bar and the staff is fantastic, it's easier.
but the collaborator Sonia was really very dear.

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