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The place is awfully bright with neon coloured spools hanging from the ceiling and shelves and offers some interesting knick-knacks. Located in DLF Mall of India, Zizo has delights from the entire Middle East, specially the Lebanon side, featured on thier menu. The chicken provençale wings are chicken lollypops served with a zesty lemon coriander chutney. A dish that stands out is the hummus ras asfour. The hummus is made traditionally, topped with tossed chicken, glazed pomegranate sauce and sumac.
The restaurant is nicely lit up. The decor of the restaurant is lovely. Comfortable tables n sofa. The menu quite elaborate with plenty of options to choose. The Lebanese cuisine with a twist is amazing . Kudos to the chef. Amazing hospitality. My server was well versed with the menu sorry forgot to ask his name. He has like medium height n French beard. Thank u guys keep up the spirit had an amazing time.
To start with, the ambience is completely confusing. It looks more like a cafe than a Mediterranean restaurant! The menu is quite confusing too with several pages dedicated to North Indian Mughlai cuisine. We finally ordered from the Mediterranean section of the menu, tucked away in the end, and while it was fresh, it was completely bland. We ordered Shawarmas. It was served completely cold - even the chicken inside seemed as if it was prepped several hours ago and tucked away in the refrigerator, and nobody bothered to reheat it. When we objected and requested it to be served hot, the server first argued that it is supposed to be cold because of the “mayo”... when we insisted, they just simply shoved it into the microwave for a few minutes. Not what we expect in a restaurant! No pickled carrots or olives were served with it. Just a heap of potato wedges that was confusing again plus they were completely dry inside (the frozen kinds). Overall, was a disastrous experience for a bunch of shawarma lovers.
A decent dine out option in mall of India.... Was difficult to find since there was no board or anything... Apparently they're undergoing a brand rename.... Anyway, the concept is a bit confusing... It's a restaurant with decor like a book cafe. But what matters is the food. For starters, the stuffed chicken fingers is very good and very different. It's chicken fried in layers with stuffed cheese inside. It's very good to taste. For main course, lahori chooza is also good. It's like a version of butter chicken with more tomato in gravy. But they made it very very good. Soft and lovely gravy. Keema naan is ok, I've had better than this certainly. But still, using Zomato gold the overall cost with the location and food to consider, is good. 4/5
Foods are having authentic Mediterranean test. Ambience is very nice. Service is good. I you like this type o food then you should visit this
The food is very good. The entire list in the menu is not available especially fresh juices - even the ones not marked seasonal. The service is shoddy. The manager leaves at night before all guests are gone. Sometimes the staff eats on the guest tables. Mostly the restuarant is poorly occupied. Cocktails I haven't tried but the food was good especially pita, pasta Primavera and rolls.
From the sandy camel-lined deserts of Middle East, Lebanese cuisine originated in the households of nomads and silk-robed aristocrats. Crossing thousands of miles it reached India decades ago and created a nook for itself in our community by its rich exotic food. Soon shawaramas, falafels, baklava, tabbouleh became known to every foodie while every market place or mall started hosting at least one shawarama counter. Lebanese cuisine has many takers in India today and Delhi has formed a special fondness for the fare, evident in a string of popular Lebanese restaurants dotted all over the city. ?Zizo? is a name that stands out whenever we talk about Lebanese food in Delhi NCR. One outlet of Zizo finds a spot on the third floor of DLF Mall Of India at Sector 18, Noida.
Zizo is quite popular with the shoppers, as many pop in to sample the exotic fare of Middle East when they have a chance. What used to be curiosity earlier has now turned into devotion for Lebanese food for the patrons. Zizo keeps a varied menu however encompassing Lebanese, Mediterranean and Arabian cuisines. You may find the restaurant a little expensive but food is as authentic as it can get. Its best to start with, mutton kibbi, breaded shrimps with harissa sauce, lamb kebab, kafta arayess, man?oushe b-jebneh, kafta & cheese pizza, batata harra, crispy cheese cigars and falafel basket. Travel further into the Middle East with the mains like, spaghetti ragout, Moroccan tagine, chicken escalope, grilled lamb kebabs, grilled chicken piccata, Arabic fish pilau, penne primavera, oriental leg of lamb and grilled chicken kebabs. Use of traditional Middle Eastern spices, harissa and sumac, really brings out the flavours.
Wash it all down with a refreshing Lebanese-inspired mocktail or wait for a cup of authentic Turkish coffee in the end. No trip to Middle East is complete without some traditional Middle-Eastern desserts. Gorge on, chocolate pit-za, cheese knefeh, lazy cake, lady?s arm, basbousa, cheese kunafa and baked halawa cheese cake. If you are expecting thick draperies, carpets and lanterns, then you are in for a disappointment. The interiors at Zizo are completely modern, comprising of pale wooden room enlivened by clever use of colours and edgy geometric lamps. What could have been a dull looking eatery is now a casual, creatively decorated space meant for friends and family.