The team behind Mazi open second restaurant Suzi Tros in Notting Hill this May, focusing on seasonality and sustainability across the bistro and cocktail bar.
Suzi Tros, a charming and relaxed Greek-inspired bistro and cocktail bar from Adrien Carre and Christina Mouratoglou, the entrepreneurial husband and wife team behind Mazi, is set to open in Notting Hill this May.
Named after the lovable character from the cult classic 1960’s Greek film ‘I Parisiana’, Suzi Tros quite literally means ‘Suzi, you eat’.
Keeping things local and unpretentious the restaurant will be serving Greek-inspired small plates from lunch through to dinner.
Sustainability and seasonality is at the core of the menu at Suzi Tros; the selection of small plates, each made to share, will showcase the breadth of Northern Greek cuisine, taking inspiration from the traditional small eateries dotted across Christina’s hometown of Thessaloniki, which is often recognised as the culinary capital of Greece. Located in the heart of Hillgate Village, Suzi Tros is just a couple of doors down from sister restaurant Mazi, an established west London favourite.
Situated across two floors, the upstairs dining room has a 10 seat kitchen counter in addition to a dining space seating 30. Downstairs, guests can relax in the intimate cocktail bar with a menu of drinks and nibbles.
Head Chef John Skotidas will bring with him experience from his many years in the kitchen at Mazi as well as his focus on the seasons and using only the freshest of ingredients. Diners can expect to see a selection of grilled dishes on offer, with those seated at the counter able to enjoy the theatre of the impressive open charcoal grill with vegetables playing a pivotal role in shaping the menu.
Highlights from the menu include:
Sea Urchin and Bonito Carpaccio,
Whole Grilled Calamari
Grilled & Smoked Whole Aubergine
Stuffed Peppers with Rice
Chickpea and Octopus Salad
Accompanying the food at Suzi Tros will be an adventurous list of entirely Greek wines curated by Adrien as well as Greek beers from selected artisanal producers. For those just popping in for a drink, the downstairs bar will serve a selection of bar snacks and cocktails using lesser-known Greek spirits such as Mastika and Tsipouro.
The interiors at Suzi Tros give a further nod to Greece, with a touch of simple sophistication. The light-filled upstairs dining room brings the outside in with the use of natural materials and warm colours along with touches of cool turquoise and patterned tiling to take diners back to coastal Greece. Downstairs, the bar, although more intimate, will be equally as inviting with a striking turquoise tiled bar and colourful flooring with traditional Greek patterning.
Suzi Tros will open its doors this May, serving lunch and dinner every day.
The restaurant does not take reservations.
Suzi Tros , 18 Hillgate Street, London, W8 7SR