For bookings of 15 people or more, please contact the restaurant directly.
Rocking the casbah is more traditionally the preserve of Joe Strummer, Phil Simonon et al, but in the realm of Mediterranean food, the Kazbah they have on show in Sydney is far more attractive a proposition. They have been in operation under restauranteur and chef Zahi Azzi, and they offer food from all around the Med, but with an emphasis on the Moroccan and arab influences to the south, with a menu that takes in mixed mezzes – hummus, halloumi, felafel – and meat dishes such as shawarma and kofte, alongside veggie and fish options as well. Take a trip to their location in the Westfield shopping centre on Kingsway in Miranda – they’re right by Miranda station, so you can get to them easily from Cronulla, Sutherland and further afield as well – just remember to book yourself a table ahead of your visit, as they can get very busy.
A fantastic experience, as always. The food was exceptional, good portions and high quality. The service was friendly and attentive. The coffee was really good.
Fantastic night with work colleagues, The food was great, Loved the white sangria! Will be back again soon. Thanks to the staff for their fine service.
Great food, good for sharing with groups of friends! Great atmosphere with a friendly host and waiters. We eat here often and always enjoy it.
The cuisine of the Mediterranean is diverse, but if you’re in Sydney’s south, then you can taste them all at Kazbah on Kingsway in Miranda. Their take on the food of the Med runs the gamut of tastes, from the flavours of North Africa along to Turkey and then up to Greece and into Italy and Spain. Chef Zahi Azzi provides a gastronomic journey that Keith Floyd would be proud of, so let us talk you through a few of the dishes that you can expect to encounter when you pay them a visit inside the Westfield Kingsway shopping centre.
The highlight of your meal at Miranda will be their mezze selection. From Lebanon comes fattoush, crispy bread and salad and from Cyprus there is a halloumi with watermelon; from Greece one can try octopus keftedes and from Morocco comes the house tagine with carrot, citrus and herb-steamed couscous. There are plenty more options besides – shish tavouk, lamb kofta, mixed seafood kofta with pomegranate relish – so book a table at Kazbah in Miranda and wander on over to experience some of the best Mediterranean restaurants in Sydney’s south side.