Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf)

Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) Location

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Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) Address Discovery Dock West, 2 South Quay Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 9RT
Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) Phone 020 7515 9468
Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) Opening Hours Monday : 12noon - 11pm
Tuesday - Saturday : 12noon - 11:30pm
Sunday : 12noon - 10:30pm
Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) Food Price £25 - £45 per pax
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What people say about Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf)

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172 reviews
  • Indoors is quite nice as well with a huge seating capaciy

  • The food quality has gone down over the past couple of months but it is still decent though not as flavorful now

  • They serve some freshly baked bread with olives and a yummy dip as soon as one arrives and this is on the house

  • Absolutely love mucver for its soft gooey interior and is a must try

  • We usually stuff ourselves with the starters

  • The middle eastern pastry based desserts are quite good to there is one with walnuts (I think it is called Tel Kadayif) which tastes very similar to traditional Indian sweets

  • On a summer's day it is very nice indeed to sit at one of Hazev's outdoor tables with the breeze blowing back towards the Millennium Dome

  • They have made an effort to soften Canary Wharf's glassiness with potted trees and plenty of baskets of plants

  • Inside the decor is modern but comfortable

  • The cuisine here is also worth coming back

  • The kuzu tandir (shredded lamb) and the soganli dana kavurma (sirloin) are all worth a try

  • Or for something lighter there are some very good share platters

  • While the waiters are quite relaxed and have a tendency to leave you waiting a little too long when you first arrive and when you're done

  • I had very high expectations with this restaurant

  • The first visit was not that impressive

  • The menu spread is also quite extensive

  • Quantity was ok but the taste is where some of the dishes were lacking

  • The speciality kebabs were not to my liking

  • Go with realistic expectations and you are in for a pleasant surprise

  • The starters were all good and fresh

  • There are a lot of eating joints in Canary Wharf but I if I were to recommend a Mediterranean Lebanese restaurant

  • The ambiance lights you up and gives you a feeling that you are having a proper dinner and not just hummus &

  • A good option will be to go with the fixed 3 course menu which is for 2 people

  • I have never had to wait for too long to be seated even when I visited it with large group of friends

  • The ambiance is affable but the staff seems to be indifferent a few warm smiles and greetings would have made that little difference

  • Hellim and icli kofte are some of the recommended starters

  • Mantar a vegetarian main dish with rice is a must try for those who love mushrooms

  • A good place for a large group combined with good food and service

  • Hazev is located in a part of town which is full of good restaurants

  • Portions of the dishes were quite generous

  • The lamb moussaka was perhaps the only disappointment

  • Their assorted vegetarian meze platter is also worth trying

  • Dessert the baklawa is a must have

  • The staff here is competent however they may not appear very friendly

  • The reason could be that most of them do not have a good command over the Queen's language but on the flip side their pronunciation of the dishes on the menu was much better than mine

  • That's not to say it was run of the mill the atmosphere and decor were all at a high enough standard to give the place a certain quality you wouldn't find in its sister restaurants

  • I made an reservation for 12 people with 90mins notice which was dead easy

  • The location is right by the river and decor is nice and romantic

  • All my impressions of Turkish food are formed by Hazev grilled meats

  • The service is wonderful here

  • Large tables have eaten here with 10 people and it's always very well managed

  • The restaurant itself is pretty large

  • The portions were absolutely tiny

  • 30 service charge that we refused to pay but were told by another rude member of staff with a ponytail that we had to pay it because they had brought the cake out

  • The second part is a fine dining area with very reasonable set menu and the third part is a bar

  • The set menu is definitely worth going for and the deli has some nice mezze and bread

  • Probably because there are not that many restaurants around South Quay

  • Halloumi which are by and large very mediocre

  • Most of the dishes were unavailable at the weekend

  • It has a unique and lovely atmosphere inside with great decorations that makes you feel like you're in Turkey

  • The waiter was very helpful and always made sure everything was clear

  • The food was great and without a doubt one of the best in town for Mediterranean meals

  • My experience with Hazev was a bit loopy but for personal reasons

  • The waiters seemed to have an issue with a huge number of guests

  • The menu of Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) is wide and offers a lot of options

  • Tables are very generously spaced (rare in London) and the noise level was very comfortable

  • Portions are big enough to make you feel full with just two courses

  • I suggest it if you are looking for an elegant place away from the hustle and bustle of the city center

  • Especially that I am not very familiar with Turkish food

  • The restaurant is very chic and classy

  • The service is impeccable

  • Their menu is very varied

  • Perfectly located with a good scenic view of canary wharf with nice ambience

  • First thing I noticed was a beautiful restaurant just by the water

  • I also felt the price was very good considering how nice Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) was and the location

  • The staff seemed a bit tired but considering how early in the day it was we can let them off as they still offered excellent service

  • Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) is always value for money when one is looking for a yummy Turkish meal

  • The hospitality and luxurious service received at Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) was over the top and did take me by surprise

  • What will make me keep going back to Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) is its convenient location

  • It is definitely the best place to eat around in the neighbourhood Though mostly crowded with people

  • The seating here is ornate and that's what makes it more interesting

  • Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) is a Turkish restaurant which will offer you with good customer service

  • Not great but that is going to be good enough

  • The food was absolutely mouth watering and the service was impeccable

  • The food does not taste bad here but the portion sizes and the prices are ridiculous

  • The portion sizes are tiny whereas the prices are star shooting

  • The place from the appearance looked liked a great place to check out but unfortunately there are some serious concerns regarding the quality of food there

  • In general the dishes tasted pretty nice but we were shocked to find chewing gum in one of our dish

  • All this was even reported to the staff but no action was taken to right the wrong

  • I visited Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) a week ago with some friends and realized that it was a bad call and we had a horrible experience

  • The food her was pretty good and quite reasonably priced

  • The waitress was annoying enough to try and remove the bowl I was eating from

  • Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) is somewhere in the middle

  • The service was average and the ambiance might not be according to everyone's liking given that it has club feel to it

  • The food was cooked with proper care and tasty

  • We went ahead with ordering 1 hot and cold starter and 1 main dish for each of us

  • The atmosphere is very pleasant and also romantic

  • The servers are friendly and very polite

  • The food here is also very reasonably priced

  • Went here for my birthday and was a little disappointed

  • The food and the service were not up the mark too

  • Unacceptable is my response to Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf)

  • One of the staff member was yelling at us for smoking at an outdoor table when clearly another waiter had placed the ashtray on our table

  • Also the restrooms are extremely dirty

  • I came here on my birthday and I was very much delighted because the service that these guys provided me was amazing

  • The quality of the food was amazing I had Chicken kofta and it was amazing

  • I will be coming to Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) again to try other dishes which were on the menu

  • Must say it was a good decision to stop by here

  • At that hour of the day too the place was spic and span

  • The service was really quick too

  • I enjoyed Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) not because of the fact that the service was good here or the food was excellent or ambiance was crazy

  • It was only because I had a good company with me so we can enjoy anywhere

  • The service was good but the guys were not well trained

  • They were on the other hand trying their best to keep us happy

  • They have some good veggie choices here so if you are in this area and you have a good company the you surely should visit Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf)

  • The quality of food was average whereas the dÃ

  • The atmosphere was lively and the service was spot on

  • The portions served were quite small

  • I would prefer other restaurants who serve large portions and the prices that are charged for them are in a reasonable range

  • Hazev's Deli is all the way in South Quay

  • The most famous is a Turkish meze with the option of picking a mix of three different selections of fresh home baked bread

  • The place has recently opened in the neighborhood is already quite popular

  • The service is swift and upon sitting

  • You are presented with a complimentary pita bread with hummus sauce and 8 olives

  • The drinks are also superb

  • The lamb dish was the star of the evening

  • Visited Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) after hearing raving reviews from all around and was disappointed in food slightly

  • Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) has both indoor and outdoor seating along with the bar from which you get a very good view of wharf area

  • We went for the fixed menu which consisted of starters which were mostly Turkish

  • We ordered lamb and chicken which were a big disappointment

  • Service was friendly and they explained about the dishes properly but they were really slow in getting our meals to our tables

  • Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) offers average food combined with a below average service

  • The service was awfully slow and it really put us off and when the food finally arrived it tasted just okay and nothing worth the wait

  • The quantity is quite less but prices are quite high which added to our disappointment

  • I would not come back here again as I feel there are better options than this one

  • I recently visited Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) with friends and was quite a decent experience

  • Especially the chick peas which were delicious and the desserts are amazing as well

  • The ambience is quite decent and this can be a decent pick for a nice chat or to catch up with friends

  • All in all it is a fine place and would like to come back again to try more things here

  • It is so well known that it is sometimes impossible to find a table on a weekday evening

  • Weekend lunchtimes are a different story

  • Tavuk shish (chicken skewer) with a nice hot sauce on the side

  • The service here is always friendly

  • Even though the place was fairly empty on Sunday

  • We walked in and were promptly seated

  • Mains my heart was firmly set on my beloved moussaka

  • A plate filled with layers of goodness

  • Potato slices with gooey cheese sauce

  • S chicken curry was the best meal I could receive as nothing can beat that

  • Now that my freedom is back and due to the fact that I missed my birthday celebrations last week because of exams

  • I stopped in at Hazev on my way to a show with the other half and was pleasantly surprised

  • Because we were dressed up for the show they led us over to the fancier side of the restaurant where we were the only customers

  • The food is halal and was pretty good

  • The management decided to argue with me and talk over me

  • The falafel was good while the rest of the food was alright

  • The service is not that great and they take their turn win sweet time to even greet and show you a seat

  • The location is very nice beside the river

  • The spread of mixed mezzes to start was quite nice

  • My chicken shish main was a little dry

  • It's a large good looking space with a nice view

  • When am a vegetarian and I tried the Vegetarian Moussaka that comes with layers of Aubergine

  • Service is relatively slow but the staff seem friendly with a an accent and were kind enough to check how my vegetarian meal was too

  • The shish kebab red pepper was tasty and not at all like a vegetarian dish

  • My mains I was very impressed with the hummus with lamb

  • More casual restaurant portion which is perfect for some evening snack or lunch

  • The quiches are absolutely great

  • Even their salads are a perfect serve for some healthy lunch

  • The other portion is for a little formal dinner

  • The bar area is pretty chilled

  • The kebabs were mouth watering and the hummus and tatziki was fresh and tasty

  • So I had a chicken pasta and it tasted amazing except there was just way too much salt in it that I ended up feeling sick of eating it

  • Spinach cake most likely as it did not look fresh and the pastry was really dry

  • The lunch bar has a good selection that is varied and flavourful

  • I have also had dinner here with work colleagues

  • The setting was just right smart but not formal

  • The setting is cozy and spacious

  • Twice for coffee and once for dinner with a few friends

  • Baklava is one of the best I've ever had

  • It goes perfectly well with a cup of Turkish coffee

  • Their dinner options are rich in taste and have a good portion size

  • Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) is a must try if you happen to be in this area

  • Excellent menu with plenty of veggie options

Hazev Restaurant (Canary Wharf) Specialties

  • Turkish
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