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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
A lovely Lebanese on the leafy Battersea Square, Mazar Restaurant is situated just off of the road, opposite the Royal Academy of Dance. With a warm, cosy interior and modern décor, Mazar provides the ideal setting for a relaxed dinner after work or before hitting the local bar scene, while in the summer months there are few places in the Battersea area which provide such a perfect continental style al fresco experience - the pavement seating on the square is so entirely Parisian in style. But, however European this aspect may be, the overall vibe is entirely Eastern. Shisha pipes enjoyed out on the private smoking courtyard are an integral part of any visit to Mazar, while the wine list is true to the restaurant’s roots with a complement of white, red and rose wines direct from the vineyards of the Lebanon. In addition to the Lebanese specialties that make up a large section of the menu, Mazar also provides a good selection of other Middle Eastern delicacies with grills of particular