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Zizo is the perfect place for a fun and casual dining experience. The menu focuses on showcasing Lebanese fare to the health conscious, with quite a few salads, cold starters and oven baked components to offer. The food is completely non-reminiscent of any ‘desi’ flavour, most of the piquancy being attributed to infused oils, dips and herbs, thus making it a great option, if you are looking for something different. The pizzas are wonderfully light and crisp as they do not come dredged in cheese and sauce, the chick’ n cheese man’oushe with olive oil, garlic, crumbled cheese & zatar being the best option. If you are looking for something more sumptuous − the large chicken minty burger or crunchy breaded shrimps with harissa are clear winners. The competitive pricing is also something that ties the whole experience together.
The Mezze platter was excellent . Loved their soft and fluffy pita bread, the best I have ever had! The decor is average. The service too, but the main thing is the food , which is really good. Go for it, and pocket friendly too.
It’s a very small , quiet restaurant. The hummus n thr warm pita’s r to die for . One of the most creamy hummus n exceptionally amazing pitas r the only USP of this restaurant. I just go thr again n again just to have these both n also even thr mix of hummus platter is also fantastic . I totally recommend it if u r looking for hummus n pitas .
Went for dinner to try a new place but known cuisine : Lebanese. Turned out to offer to offer Pasta, Pizza and Indian dishes also. Hummus and Falafel was a big disappointment and so was the service.Decor was good; for a Friday evening the restaurant had few diners.
Went to this small restaurant randomly with family as exteriors/interiors looked cool. Ordered a platter of chicken seekh kabab which was disappointing given the high prices. It should have been a melt in the mouth but it turned out to be hard n chewy. We also ordered Arabiatta Penne Pasta - it was not tasting fresh or appealing to the taste buds, very run of the mill types. Thankfully, we had also ordered a flat bread Chicken Pizza that was just the perfect saving grace. In drinks, we tried a cucumber Soda Mocktail which was decent. The bill came to Rs.1600/- with a 10% Service Charge already included. The service was slightly delayed...was told 10-15 minutes & arrived in about 25 minutes.The ambience was dim lighting, with an AC not effectively cooling. Overall, I wasn't really happy...i would not go again.
I had been regularly visiting this place for their incredible food since I first ate there. 2-3 times a week and even ordered delivery. Then one visit I am told I can no longer take away my left overs that I paid for. Half eaten food they would rather waste then give it to the regular customer that paid for it. I really like the food but I haven’t been back since they’ve adopted such wasteful policy.
What is with these middle-eastern themes that seems to draw us in? Is it their exoticness or their spices that so closely resembles our own background? Well, there can be more than one reasons but whatever they may be, we are not complaining. We simply adore the Lebanese culture and often finds comfort in its delicious spicy cuisine. Many restaurants have come forward to dabble in the Lebanese cuisine and have found a growing fan-base amongst the Indian diners. ‘Zizo’ is the prime example of popular chain of restaurants that has discovered the untapped market of this wonderful cuisine. The restaurant brings in the same vibrancy and liveliness of the Lebanese culture to its menu. Find its outlet in Palm Spring Plaza of Sector 54 in Gurgaon. Zizo is the ideal spot for a low-key casual meal with friends or colleagues.
Menu of Zizo tackles the wonderful exotic flavours of Middle Eastern cuisine, by giving attention to Lebanese, Mediterranean and Arabian cuisine as well. Dining at Zizo is not very expensive but it’s not cheap either. Within a reasonable budget you and your partner can have a lavish feast. The food here is authentically created and the menu offers an extensive variety of Middle Eastern delicacies. Begin with a fattoush salad, spicy chicken wings, batata harra, duo of chicken & mutton kibbe, hummus fatte, lamb pie, zaatar man’oushe, provencale chicken wings, crispy cheese rolls, spicy moutabal, traditional falafel and breaded shrimps with harissa sauce. Move on then to the main course with grilled lamb kofta roll, chicken shawarma, chicken minty burger, penne arrabiata with Lebanese twist, oriental leg of lamb, Lebanese potato pie, Moroccan tajine, samkeh harra and Lebanese fusion spaghetti ragout.
Finish off with a selection of their innovative traditional desserts. Pick between, chocolate cake with halwa, basbousa, lady’s arm, chocolate banana man’oushe, cheese kunafa and baked halawa cheesecake. Elevate your evening with few of their signature mocktails. If you are assuming to see a lamp-lit room with canopies and tinted glasses then put the thought out of your mind. Zizo is quite modern and uses its Lebanese theme proportionally. Seating consists of upholstered booths and slim stylish chairs. The room is sun-lit with white moulded walls accentuated by several crystal chandeliers. What catches our eye is their wall of pickles, which somehow reminds you of their Middle Eastern backdrop.