81 High Road
Bushey Heath WD23 1EL
Tel: 020 8950 8231
Mon – Sat
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 10:30pm
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for tables of over 12 people please contact us on 020 8950 8231
We are an independent restaurant and rely on reservations being honoured. We kindly ask that should you need to make any amendments to your reservation that you do so as soon as possible.
You may reserve a table up to 12 people online, if you want to reserve for a larger party you can contact our team on
020 8950 8231 we will be happy to help.
We politely ask, you to contact us if you are running late as we can hold tables for 15 minutes and will release it if we have not been contacted.
By making a reservation at MezeMangal.co you agree to our reservation cancellation terms.
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Meze or mezze (/ˈmɛzeɪ/, also spelled mazzeh or mazze; Kurdish: meze; Persian: مزه,. maze; Turkish: meze; is a selection of small dishes served to accompany alcoholic drinks in the Near East, the Balkans, and parts of Central Asia. In Levantine, South Caucasian, and Balkan cuisines, meze is often served at the beginning of multi-course meals.
The word is found in all the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire and comes from Persian مزه (mazze "taste, snack" < mazīdan "to taste").
Popular meze dishes include: Hummus, Tzatziki, Tarama Salata, Stuffed Wine Leaves, Baba Ganoush, Imam Bayildi, Halloumi, Falafel, Cheese Borek, Calamari
Kebab dishes originated in the medieval kitchens of Persia and Turkey. They were generally made with smaller chunks or slices of meat, or ground meat, often cooked on skewers over a fire.
According to linguist Sevan Nişanyan, the Turkish word kebap is also derived from the Arabic word kabāb, meaning roasted meat. It appears in Turkish texts as early as the 14th century.