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For delectable authentic Mediterranean cuisine, head to the adorable Mezzaluna restaurant. Their laid back atmosphere and friendly service, makes for a highly enjoyable dining experience.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

17:30 - 23:00


17:30 - 23:00


17:30 - 23:00


17:30 - 23:00


17:30 - 23:00


17:30 - 23:00


17:30 - 23:00

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The Mezzaluna reviews

By Teresa M.

The opening time and closing time of Mezza Luna restaurant is 5pm until 11PM, We arrived in Mezzaluna at 9:50 PM and the Staff refused to serve us. She said that they are already closed. They must to change the timing they advertised and the one which is printed on their Entrance door. They should put closing time "Defends on the Staff mood". very disappointed it was my birthday and craving for Lebanese Cuisine :(

By Valle F.

The restaurant is lovely, very friendly staff and fantastic food!

The atmosphere is great, very good music and during the weekends you have belly dancer, which it is a bonus!!

I go to the restaurant quite often and it is the perfect venue for birthdays, romantic dinners with your partner or lively dinners with friends!

The food quality is really good and you have big menu to choose from!I really recommended it to everyone!

By Jen W.

This restaurant is brilliant, amazing food and brilliant atmosphere. we have been twice and loved the food so much we got them to cater for our wedding!

All our wedding guests raved about the food which is a good sign. Pretty good prices for a night out, £100 feed 5 of us with 2 bottles of wine and we were too stuffed to finish it all.

The belly dancer on a Friday and Saturday nights makes for a very entertaining evening, the men in our party were transfixed, the women were desperately wishing we could dance like that, and the kids in the restaurant loved to join in.

Also good for those with difficult dietary requirements, my Mum is dairy and gluten intolerant and vegetarian (where possible) and still found a number of suitable dishes.

All in all highly recommended.

By Kieran M.

When you walk through the door you will think you have landed in the heart of the Mediterranean.

The Venue
It’s hard to miss Mezzaluna. Step inside and you will see authentic plaster casts with historic Lebanese scenes decorating the walls. The decor might strike you as something you might see adorning a casino in Las Vegas, but it’s unique, fun and lively.

The Atmosphere
The staff and owners are friendly, caring and very welcoming. They are proud of their menu and the service they offer, and patrons are relaxed as a result.

On Friday and Saturday evenings, the atmosphere becomes charged as a belly dancer entertains diners. This works well with the big parties and larger groups but doesn’t sit so well with the couples, who might want to choose alternative dining times.

The Food
The recipes are family creations that have been handed down from one generation to the next. The menu is divided between cold or hot mezza, an a la carte menu and Moajenate – Lebanese pizzas. The menu is geared up for people willing to share their selection and pick and mix their dishes.

No dish is over £4.50, with the average mezza and tapas price being about £3.95. The cold menu includes dishes such as tabouleh, a parsley salad with mint £3.95, hummus (£3.25), and bread and olives (£2.95).

The hot menu is more appetizing, with a selection including falafel (£3.95), kafta balls (spicy lamb balls, £3.95), sujuk and halloumi (Lebanese spicy sausage topped with halloumi cheese, £3.95), batata harra (spiced potatoes cooked in olive oil, £3.25) and foulmedamas (broad beans cooked in lemon juice £3.95).

The a la carte menu has more of a nod to Morroco with an appetizing aubergine tagine (£7.95), with lamb for £9.95, which can be served with cous cous bil khodar, (cous cous with courgette, aubergine, pumpkin and chick peas). The spicy breast meshwi is a mouth watering dish where the chicken has been marinated with fresh chilli and garlic. The dish is stone baked in the open fire oven and served with rosemary potatoes for £8.95.

Don’t overlook the pizzas. They are stone baked and start from £6.95, any extra two toppings will cost £8.95 in total, or go for three extra toppings for £9.95.

The Drink
The wines are not that exciting due to the lack of choice and the price range. The house red and white costs £10.95 a bottle, however, the wine selection is not one of the venue’s major selling points.

What Mezzaluna lacks in wine it makes up for in cocktails. There is a classic cocktail menu: Long Island Ice Tea £4.50, Sex On The Beach £3.50. But the Mezza Luna cocktails will have your head spinning. They include Hell On Fire, which has the very potent Absinthe in its potion.

The Last Word
The Mezza Luna is unique and the food a real treat.