Sauces Dips Gravies and Toppings

Gazi

2 Exhibition St, Melbourne 9207 7444

 

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Tzatziki dip and Sweet Potato Skordalia dip with pita bread

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Ouzo cured salmon with Karpouzi salad, goats curd and grain crumb

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Saganaki with honey, lemon and sesame

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Prawn and Duck Souvlakakia

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Chips with feta, garlic oil and oregano

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Red cabbage salad

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Wood fire spit chicken with white beans and Tyrokafteri

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Barramundi with walnut dressing

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Acropolis Now

(strawberry mousse, coffee and mastic)

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Loukoumades

(Greek donuts with honey and nutella)

Overall:

If you decide to have their 10 dish sharing banquet (like we did), be sure to come in HUNGRY and ready to eat. Everything we tried was enjoyable, but it would be the delicious dips and the extraordinary souvlakakias (small souvlakis) that I would be returning for. The staff were friendly and efficient, the atmosphere loud and buzzing, and the decor fascinating with a sculptural canopy of bright orange terracotta pots hanging from the ceiling.

 

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Baked Fish and Chips

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Recipe from: Taste.com.au

 

Overall:

This recipe took a lot longer than expected (next time I’m going to use bigger strips of fish so that I don’t have to spend ages with the triple coating step), but the results were definitely great for something that is healthy for you. The baking process also took longer than expected with the baking time being closer to 30 minutes. I didn’t end up making the tartare sauce as I already had some in the house, but the recipe for it looks simple enough. Perhaps I’ll try it next time.