Sunday: 11:00 - 00:00Monday: 11:00 - 00:00Tuesday: 11:00 - 00:00Wednesday: 11:00 - 00:00Thursday: 11:00 - 00:00Friday: 11:00 - 00:00Saturday: 11:00 - 00:00
Nearest StationBond Street
020 7935 2755
Lazeez Tapas is a family run business in the heart of Mayfair. The same family has been operating at 29 Duke Street opposite Selfridges for over 13 years now. They serve contemporary Lebanese and Mediterranean cuisine, tapas dishes and small plates to share along with a selection of Lebanese and local desserts as well as healthy fresh fruit platters. Lazeez Tapas offers Turkish and Arabic coffee as well as herbal and Lebanese Mint Tea in their bespoke tea pots, which are popular with customers when catching up with friends during the day over cake or their popular fresh baklava. Their wine list has a range of international labels including their own Lebanese labelled wine from the Beqaa Valley wine region in Lebanon. They also have an extensive range of cocktails which you can enjoy with friends sitting on their cosy Summer and Winter Duke Street Terrace, which is fully covered and open all year round, overlooking Selfridges. The atmosphere at Lazeez is welcoming, warm and friendly, offering a café atmosphere but with the extensive menu of a restaurant. They use only the freshest of ingredients in their dishes, which are handpicked and sourced from Lebanon as well as locally here in the UK to ensure they are as healthy as possible.
Nice place to eat just off Oxford Street. But very cold inside I had to keep my coat on the entire time. Food was nice but priced a little high, but we were in London. I had a chicken shawarma wrap which had a lot of flavour but had quite a lot of oil, I had to squeeze it to get rid of the excess.
A family run restaurant and hard to encounter in great city locations. It’s was truly like I was in Beirut. A well deserved 5 stars from me. Keep it up
Visited Lazeez to break our fast and it was a lovely treat. The staff were very considerate of us and made sure our food was up to the best standards along with complimentary dates and baklava. We opted for the Beirut burger and mixed grill - we couldn’t fault it.
Went to visit Selfridge’s. And liberty house. Stopped in to eat some food. Unfortunately did not get any pictures of the food but I’ve got a picture of the restaurant which is outside one of the entrances of Selfridge’s.
Best lebanese food in London. Prompt service. Mouth watering food. Beer lovers must try Bairut Beer.