In Melbourne CBD, Gazi serves Greek food with a modern edge. Inspired by the street art-filled district of Gazi in Athens, it celebrates the beautiful chaos created by the diversity of cultures that call Gazi home. The kitchen is led by Executive Chef Reuben Davis and general manager Joey Commerford, and you can expect a fresh take on Greek cuisine with the warmth of traditional Greek hospitality to keep you going back for more. From a fast-paced midweek lunch to a 10-dish sharing menu, it’s easy for you to get your Gazi fix whichever way you like. Just be sure to reserve a table ahead of time as this is an extremely popular CBD spot.
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Having booked 5 weeks ahead, we arrived and were seated at the bar which was totally unacceptable. Made us wait a further 10 minutes before reluctantly seating us at a table. Maitre d was rude upon arrival. Third time at this restaurant and thought I would take my wife this time as we are from interstate. it will be my last visit. food was also average and very heavy. worst meal I had in Melbourne in 4 day. only had option to book at 6.30pm (5 weeks out) as well however restaurant was half empty the entire time we were there to 8.30pm so that was annoying also.
It is a good family dining option - very casual
Food was nice, as always, but service was lacking unfortunately