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Mazah Mediterranean Eatery

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$15 per diner

Tax, gratuity, and beverages not included


First Course (choose one)

Slow cooked chickpeas, mixed with tahini, lemon juice, spices, puree duntil creamy smooth. Topped with a sprinkling of paprika, evoo, and kalamata olives. Served with pita on the side. (Vegan, Gluten-Free, Vegetarian)

Creamy Middle Eastern yogurt, mixed with thinly diced cucumbers, garlic, and mint. Topped with evoo, and kalamata olives. Served with pita on the side.(Vegetarian and Gluten-Free)

Romaine lettuce, tomatoes,cucumbers, bell peppers, red onion stopped with Bulgarian feta, kalamata olives, and served with a side of our house dressing. (Can be made Vegan.Gluten-Free and Vegetarian)

Tomato wedges, julienne onions,parsley, mint, lemon juice, evoo andspices.(Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-Free)


Second Course (choose one)

Homemade dough flattened and topped with a mixture of za’tar spice, roasted sesame seeds, and evoo, served with labaneh (creamy MiddleEastern yogurt). Can be ordered vegan. (Vegetarian)

Freshly ground chickpeas, onions,parsley, and family secret spices. Shaped into spheres and fried until golden brown. Served with house pickles and tahini.(Vegan, Gluten-Free,Vegetarian

Cauliflower florets, fried until golden brown, mixed with a seasoning of our tahini, garlic, lemon juice, and parsley.(Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-Free)

Hand rolled grape leaves, with a mixture of chickpeas, rice bell peppers,tomato, parsley, and our family’s secret spices. Served with a side of tsatsziki. (Can be vegan without the tsatsziki.(Vegetarian and Gluten-Free)


Third Course (choose one)

Ground mixture of leg of lamb and beef, parsley, onions, and family spices, hand shaped into oval patties,char-grilled and served with our bandora sauce (tomato and onion stew).(Gluten-free)

Cubed leg of lamb, lightly seasoned in our family spices, skewered with tomato, bell peppers, and onions,char-grilled to your specification.(Gluten-free)

Char-grilled chicken breast, cubed and marinated in our garlic marinade,skewered with bell peppers, tomatoes,and onions and served with a side of our garlic sauce.(Gluten-Free)

Homemade dough, filled with a mixture of fresh spinach, onions,and family spices, folded into a triangle and baked until golden.Served with a side of our banadora salad.(Vegan and Vegetarian)



1453 Grandview Avenue

Columbus, OH 43212

(614) 488-3633


Menu Hours

Monday – Friday: 6:30am-2:30pm, 4:30pm-9:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am-2:30pm, 4:30-9:00pm




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