A quiet spot with vacant service and lifeless mains 9 Reviews
Mazina hosts two chocolate truffle making masterclasses this week, held today and Tuesday. Dhs300 per person Timings: 10am-noon (Tuesday, Thursday)
A family-sized feast of roast meats and a selection of vegetables, including bubble and squeak. Dhs185 per person (Sunday)
Mazina’s bouillabaisse night
A weekly special of this traditional fish stew, which originates from the city of Marseille in France. Dhs185 Timings: 6.30pm-11pm (Saturday)
Generation creation brunch
Dads and kids are invited to roll up their sleeves for pancake-making fun at the Mazina Generation Creation Saturday Family Brunch. There’s a menu of international favourites and plenty of entertainment for kids of all ages. Dhs195 (food only), half price for children aged six-12, free for under sixes Timings: 12.30pm-3.30pm (Saturday)
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Mazina is a passable, if clumsily-staffed restaurant serving a limited menu of inoffensive fare from both the East and West. Upon entering the dining area, the whirr of extractor fans, lack of background music and abundance of empty counters make the place feel more akin to an extravagantly decorated food court, and despite a consistently meagre flow of customers, the service is agonisingly slow. Opt for the salad bar buffet to avoid being disappointed by the starters, and fill up, because when it comes to mains there’s little to look forward to. The duck breast is anaemic-looking, under-seasoned and unexciting, and having been left to rest too long, the Australian tenderloin will likely arrive tepid and somewhat shrivelled – an all-too-apt description for the establishment as a whole.
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