After 18 months of running The Dep’s popular Mazeh Levantine Brunch, Chef Mary Freij has recently opened her own spot at 335 Yonge Street. But we miss her delicious food, and so we’ve invited her back for a night of traditional Persian favourites.
Kaskh Betenjoon 7
Kashk, kind of rich yogurt cheese, combines with smoked eggplant in this elegant dip topped with dried mint and olive oil, and served with barbari bread
Zeytoon Parvardeh 5
Green olives in a walnut and pomegranate tapenade with barbari bread
Ghaliyeh Mahi $14
Haddock cooked in a rich fresh herbs sauce of parsley, cilantro and fenugreek, topped with barberries. Served with basmati rice
Available #vegan with red beans & side of zeytoon parvardeh olives
Bastani Sonnati 5
Persian-style ice cream with saffron and rose water
Prix Fixe Menu $25
Kaskh Betenjoon + Ghaliyeh Mahi + Bastani Sonnati
Mary Freij is a food entrepreneur who has traveled the world in search of amazing culinary experiences. Also a passionate cook, she started her culinary career working full time as a cook and hosting pop-up food events, including the former Mazeh Brunch at The Depanneur. She recently ventured into opening her own space, a Middle Eastern take out restaurant serving wraps and daily dishes inspired by tastes from back home.
Mazeh | 335 Yonge Street | mazehcatering.com | @mazehcatering
Every Thursday The Depanneur is an ‘open mic’ night for culinary talent in TO, where we invite guest cooks, amateur or professional, to come and make their favourite dishes.