Maza Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 2415 N Ashland Ave

    Chicago, IL 60614

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  • 773-929-9600

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When we walked in the waiter looked upset....he barely made a smile or welcomed us to the restaurant. Finally seated us after 5 minutes even though half the restaurant was empty. Once seated another waiter came to ask us for our drinks.

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★★★★★

When we walked in the waiter looked upset....he barely made a smile or welcomed us to the restaurant. Finally seated us after 5 minutes even though half the restaurant was empty. Once seated another waiter came to ask us for our drinks.

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Loved this restaurant. Their lentil soup is outstanding and we had the rack of lamb which was cooked to perfection. Good choice of wines. The restaurant is small and cozy and the owner showed us great hospitality. We had no reservations and every table was filled, but he politely asked us to wait for 5 minutes because there was a couple getting ready to leave. All of the food choices are authentic. Don't read this other reviewer's thoughtless comments. The owner would not have treated his customers in that manner unless they were rude or demanding. We've gone back 4 times and love the fig or date dessert.

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★★★★☆

Loved this restaurant. Their lentil soup is outstanding and we had the rack of lamb which was cooked to perfection. Good choice of wines. The restaurant is small and cozy and the owner showed us great hospitality. We had no reservations and every table was filled, but he politely asked us to wait for 5 minutes because there was a couple getting ready to leave. All of the food choices are authentic. Don't read this other reviewer's thoughtless comments. The owner would not have treated his customers in that manner unless they were rude or demanding. We've gone back 4 times and love the fig or date dessert.

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Having lived in Chicago, and on both coasts, I've been to countless Middle Eastern restaurants. I go back to Maza every time I'm in Chicago - this is absolutely the best restaurant I've been to when evaluating an overall dining experience.

Food - Incredible. Authentic Lebanese food - the "maza" style gives you a little taste of everything; otherwise, every regular entree I've had is delicious. If you can handle raw meat ("steak tartare") go for the Kibbeh Nayeh - unreal. All lamb and chicken dishes are excellent. They have seafood & vegetarian items as well - something on the menu for everyone. For dessert, the baklava is authentic: flaky, somewhat buttery, and delicious. The mint tea (brewed with real mint, not in a bag) is a perfect way to top it off.

Price - Very reasonable. Entrees run from $12-$18 and portions are more than adequate. A complete dinner for two will average about $50-$60 ($80-$90 if you get the Lebanese wine, which I highly recommend).

Service - Top-notch. Joe is the owner of the restaurant and the only waiter (he has additional staff that help serve food & drink, clear dishes, etc.) He's incredibly nice (one reviewer said otherwise - has to be an anomaly - I promise he's one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet). Food is served promptly and courteously, and the whole staff goes out of their way to make sure you have a great dining experience.

Ambiance - Excellent. It's a somewhat small, semi-romantic place. I've taken dates there, but also had dinner with groups of 6 or 8 - it works well for both.

Again, considering EVERYTHING: food, service, price, ambiance, etc - this is the best restaurant I've been to. I highly recommend this restaurant, and I look forward to going back every time I'm in Chicago.

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★★★★★

Having lived in Chicago, and on both coasts, I've been to countless Middle Eastern restaurants. I go back to Maza every time I'm in Chicago - this is absolutely the best restaurant I've been to when evaluating an overall dining experience.

Food - Incredible. Authentic Lebanese food - the "maza" style gives you a little taste of everything; otherwise, every regular entree I've had is delicious. If you can handle raw meat ("steak tartare") go for the Kibbeh Nayeh - unreal. All lamb and chicken dishes are excellent. They have seafood & vegetarian items as well - something on the menu for everyone. For dessert, the baklava is authentic: flaky, somewhat buttery, and delicious. The mint tea (brewed with real mint, not in a bag) is a perfect way to top it off.

Price - Very reasonable. Entrees run from $12-$18 and portions are more than adequate. A complete dinner for two will average about $50-$60 ($80-$90 if you get the Lebanese wine, which I highly recommend).

Service - Top-notch. Joe is the owner of the restaurant and the only waiter (he has additional staff that help serve food & drink, clear dishes, etc.) He's incredibly nice (one reviewer said otherwise - has to be an anomaly - I promise he's one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet). Food is served promptly and courteously, and the whole staff goes out of their way to make sure you have a great dining experience.

Ambiance - Excellent. It's a somewhat small, semi-romantic place. I've taken dates there, but also had dinner with groups of 6 or 8 - it works well for both.

Again, considering EVERYTHING: food, service, price, ambiance, etc - this is the best restaurant I've been to. I highly recommend this restaurant, and I look forward to going back every time I'm in Chicago.

Pros: Excellent food, prices, service

Cons: ?

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Great Lebanese food. Really good lentil and carrot soups. They have excellent wine as well. I took Vegan friends there and they loved it. Small restaurant but can accomodate smaller groups.

4
★★★★☆

Great Lebanese food. Really good lentil and carrot soups. They have excellent wine as well. I took Vegan friends there and they loved it. Small restaurant but can accomodate smaller groups.

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The one and only waiter, who I believe was the owner, was diligent, didn't hover needlessly, but wanted to make sure we had a good experience. He was concerned that we wanted to order an entree that we had never tried before and recommended that we order it as an appetizer instead. The lamb with rice and toasted almonds was excellent. If it's on the specials menu, I highly recommend it! The orange rice pudding with pistaccios was unique and refreshing - kinda like a rice pudding creamcicle :) and the baklava was not cloyingly sweet like many are. The wine was apparently only available either in Lebanon or at this restaurant. But the owner will overnight UPS them to you if you ask. A good find if you have the quarters for the meter.

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★★★★☆

The one and only waiter, who I believe was the owner, was diligent, didn't hover needlessly, but wanted to make sure we had a good experience. He was concerned that we wanted to order an entree that we had never tried before and recommended that we order it as an appetizer instead. The lamb with rice and toasted almonds was excellent. If it's on the specials menu, I highly recommend it! The orange rice pudding with pistaccios was unique and refreshing - kinda like a rice pudding creamcicle :) and the baklava was not cloyingly sweet like many are. The wine was apparently only available either in Lebanon or at this restaurant. But the owner will overnight UPS them to you if you ask. A good find if you have the quarters for the meter.

Pros: unique house wine

Cons: too small for large parties

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Had the worst restaurant experience of my life here last night. The food was okay, but the lamb we ordered was overcooked, gray and tough and everything was extremely salty and vinegary. Gross!The service was unimaginably bad. The owner was our server which only makes it even more confusing. He was rude, dismissive, and when we tried to use a gift certificate purchased from restaurant.com, he exploded and yelled at us, quieting the entire restaurant and making everyone uncomfortable. Close to tears, I just asked for the check (which was quite large since we'd all ordered entrees, appetizers and wine). The owner finally let us use the certificate after humilating our entire group, but forced us to pay in cash (Still over $60 with the gift certificate taken out.), so he stood there while we had to run to an ATM across the street instead of letting us pay with a credit card. You have been warned. Stay away from the bad food and bullying, awful service. There are countless better options in the city.

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★☆☆☆☆

Had the worst restaurant experience of my life here last night. The food was okay, but the lamb we ordered was overcooked, gray and tough and everything was extremely salty and vinegary. Gross!The service was unimaginably bad. The owner was our server which only makes it even more confusing. He was rude, dismissive, and when we tried to use a gift certificate purchased from restaurant.com, he exploded and yelled at us, quieting the entire restaurant and making everyone uncomfortable. Close to tears, I just asked for the check (which was quite large since we'd all ordered entrees, appetizers and wine). The owner finally let us use the certificate after humilating our entire group, but forced us to pay in cash (Still over $60 with the gift certificate taken out.), so he stood there while we had to run to an ATM across the street instead of letting us pay with a credit card. You have been warned. Stay away from the bad food and bullying, awful service. There are countless better options in the city.

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After dinner, I mentioned I had a gift certificate and our server/ the owner yelled that it's only for 4 or more. The certificate doesn't say this. I offered to order another entree, but he kept yelling, "No!" over and over. I wouldn't treat another human being so rudely, let alone a paying, new customer. I was humiliated and just asked if we could have the bill. We waited while the whole restaurant sat in unease. He took the gift certificate off, but we had to pay ($60+ after the gift certificate) in cash, with gratuity (though I was close to tears, we tipped.) Not enough cash for a tip, so my boyfriend had to run across the street (while the owner waited and could've offered to let us use a credit card anytime). Our experience at Maza ruined our day. The lamb was overcooked, gray and tough and everything was salty & vinegary.I will never go back and not only will I not recommend Maza, but I will warn against coming and having such a traumatic, awful experience.

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★☆☆☆☆

After dinner, I mentioned I had a gift certificate and our server/ the owner yelled that it's only for 4 or more. The certificate doesn't say this. I offered to order another entree, but he kept yelling, "No!" over and over. I wouldn't treat another human being so rudely, let alone a paying, new customer. I was humiliated and just asked if we could have the bill. We waited while the whole restaurant sat in unease. He took the gift certificate off, but we had to pay ($60+ after the gift certificate) in cash, with gratuity (though I was close to tears, we tipped.) Not enough cash for a tip, so my boyfriend had to run across the street (while the owner waited and could've offered to let us use a credit card anytime). Our experience at Maza ruined our day. The lamb was overcooked, gray and tough and everything was salty & vinegary.I will never go back and not only will I not recommend Maza, but I will warn against coming and having such a traumatic, awful experience.

Pros: Food was a 2 star experience

Cons: Service was humiliating and almost made me cry

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I used to live around the corner, and this place always amazed me! Make sure to try their specials, and the Lebanese wine. If you're into strong coffee, check that out as well.

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★★★★★

I used to live around the corner, and this place always amazed me! Make sure to try their specials, and the Lebanese wine. If you're into strong coffee, check that out as well.

Pros: Hidden gem

Cons: None

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Great dining experience. The restaurant is small and cozy. The hummus, tubule, and dolma are delicious. The chicken shwarma is very good and the pickled beet salad is amazing. The lentil soup is very good too. I recommend the pickled beet salad and the dolma.

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★★★★★

Great dining experience. The restaurant is small and cozy. The hummus, tubule, and dolma are delicious. The chicken shwarma is very good and the pickled beet salad is amazing. The lentil soup is very good too. I recommend the pickled beet salad and the dolma.

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The food is good, perhaps the best Lebanese in Chicago. The service, however, is maddening--not because it is slow, which I don't mind in the least, but because, if your table contains two or three people, you may invariably watch as larger tables are given, shall we say, better attention.

This has happened too many times to be an aberration. I've often waited twenty or thirty minutes to order, while larger tables that have arrived later have already received appetizers; and I've waited even longer to receive appetizers, while the same tables have already received entrees.

Very insulting.

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★★★★★

The food is good, perhaps the best Lebanese in Chicago. The service, however, is maddening--not because it is slow, which I don't mind in the least, but because, if your table contains two or three people, you may invariably watch as larger tables are given, shall we say, better attention.

This has happened too many times to be an aberration. I've often waited twenty or thirty minutes to order, while larger tables that have arrived later have already received appetizers; and I've waited even longer to receive appetizers, while the same tables have already received entrees.

Very insulting.

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As someone with a Lebanese background, I am pretty picky with my Lebanese cuisine. Maza certainly didn't disappoint. The dishes are authentic and many are difficult to find at most "Americanized" Lebanese restaurants. Yes, the service is a bit slow for American standards but given that Joe, the owner, is often the only server, you trade off speed for pride and knowledge of the cuisine. Just don't go there if you are pressed for time. The food not only tastes wonderful but the presentation is beautiful.

Be patient, and I guarantee that if you have an "open" palate and a calm spirit, I think you will really like Maza. The portions are not too big nor too small - absolutely perfect for sharing.

2
★★★★☆

As someone with a Lebanese background, I am pretty picky with my Lebanese cuisine. Maza certainly didn't disappoint. The dishes are authentic and many are difficult to find at most "Americanized" Lebanese restaurants. Yes, the service is a bit slow for American standards but given that Joe, the owner, is often the only server, you trade off speed for pride and knowledge of the cuisine. Just don't go there if you are pressed for time. The food not only tastes wonderful but the presentation is beautiful.

Be patient, and I guarantee that if you have an "open" palate and a calm spirit, I think you will really like Maza. The portions are not too big nor too small - absolutely perfect for sharing.

Pros: Authentic Lebanese Food cooked to order

Cons: Slow service that can often seem dismissive

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My wife and I had an 8:30 reservation. We showed up at 8:25 and waited for ten minutes with no host approaching us and asking if we needed help. When she got fed up, my wife told a waiter that we had a reservation and he replied "just sit over there" pointing to an empty table ten feet away. We were given menus after another 10 minutes, but were so hungry that we decided to stay. The appetizers were bland and overcooked, the pita was store bought and the hummus had no taste. The lentil soup was outstanding, however. We both ordered chicken dishes from the "Authentic Lebanese" side of the menu and were not overwhelmed. My wife's dish had WAY too much sauce to the point of being overbearing. Mine was just okay. The Lebanese wine was average. Overall, I wouldn't recommend it especially since the tab ran up $100 (with a good tip for a below average experience all around).

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★★☆☆☆

My wife and I had an 8:30 reservation. We showed up at 8:25 and waited for ten minutes with no host approaching us and asking if we needed help. When she got fed up, my wife told a waiter that we had a reservation and he replied "just sit over there" pointing to an empty table ten feet away. We were given menus after another 10 minutes, but were so hungry that we decided to stay. The appetizers were bland and overcooked, the pita was store bought and the hummus had no taste. The lentil soup was outstanding, however. We both ordered chicken dishes from the "Authentic Lebanese" side of the menu and were not overwhelmed. My wife's dish had WAY too much sauce to the point of being overbearing. Mine was just okay. The Lebanese wine was average. Overall, I wouldn't recommend it especially since the tab ran up $100 (with a good tip for a below average experience all around).

Pros: Reservations easy late in the day, Ambience isn't terrible, Authentic music playing

Cons: Poor service, Underwhelming food taste, Not a good value

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Although this restaurant advertises itself as having Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, the food is actually more mediteranean than anything else. I would not say that this restaurant has genuine Lebanese cuisine because it does not. Being Lebanese, this was a turn off for me but it might not be the case for others. In addition, although the owner is nice and friendly, the service is not up to american standards. There is often not enough waiters (if any) and the service suffers as a result. I do give thumbs up however for the nice atmosphere and the decor.

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★★★☆☆

Although this restaurant advertises itself as having Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, the food is actually more mediteranean than anything else. I would not say that this restaurant has genuine Lebanese cuisine because it does not. Being Lebanese, this was a turn off for me but it might not be the case for others. In addition, although the owner is nice and friendly, the service is not up to american standards. There is often not enough waiters (if any) and the service suffers as a result. I do give thumbs up however for the nice atmosphere and the decor.

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The first time I tried Lebanese food in Spain three years ago I hated it! But over the years I grew to liking mediterranean food.
My friend brought us to this place. She and her boyfriend stumbled upon this place in the internet and decided to try it and just loved it! So they brought us here. We made reservations but had to wait for all members of our party in order to be seated. However, when everybody was already present we still had to wait for an hour for our table, despite having made reservations. It was a Sat. night and the place was packed.
After we were seated though it was hard to dislike the place. Excellent food for really cheap price. Every dish you order comes with soup already. I had ordered the carrot soup instead of lentil, despite my friend's insistence on ordering the lentil. (I remember when I was in Spain three year ago my se?ora would cook me lentil soup every so often and I didn't like it much.) When we got our soup I decided to try my friend's lentil soup and it was so yummy that I had to switch my carrot soup for her lentil soup. I forgot what I had but it pieces of diced lamb chunks with bell peppers and onions-- that was okay. And at the end of our meal they offered us free baklava, I guess they felt bad that we had waited to long for a table. My friend told us it was the owner himself who served us our desserts-- very gracious man.
Good location too because it's not at the busy part of Lincoln Park.

2
★★★★★

The first time I tried Lebanese food in Spain three years ago I hated it! But over the years I grew to liking mediterranean food.
My friend brought us to this place. She and her boyfriend stumbled upon this place in the internet and decided to try it and just loved it! So they brought us here. We made reservations but had to wait for all members of our party in order to be seated. However, when everybody was already present we still had to wait for an hour for our table, despite having made reservations. It was a Sat. night and the place was packed.
After we were seated though it was hard to dislike the place. Excellent food for really cheap price. Every dish you order comes with soup already. I had ordered the carrot soup instead of lentil, despite my friend's insistence on ordering the lentil. (I remember when I was in Spain three year ago my se?ora would cook me lentil soup every so often and I didn't like it much.) When we got our soup I decided to try my friend's lentil soup and it was so yummy that I had to switch my carrot soup for her lentil soup. I forgot what I had but it pieces of diced lamb chunks with bell peppers and onions-- that was okay. And at the end of our meal they offered us free baklava, I guess they felt bad that we had waited to long for a table. My friend told us it was the owner himself who served us our desserts-- very gracious man.
Good location too because it's not at the busy part of Lincoln Park.

Pros: Service, lentil soup

Cons: Very busy on weekends

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Great Restaurant!
Restaurant is extremely clean, cozy and well decorated. Tablecloth, silverware and candles are in present in each table. The service is excellent, personnel very friendly. Try the Lebanese red wine. Food: Appetizer well prepared gourmet presentation. You can choose cold or hot appetizer. The cold appetizer is more than enough. Every entree comes with soup; we had the lentil soups and they were fresh and delicious. The pork chops and sirloin couscous were extremely well presented and superb!
I will definitely come again.

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★★★★★

Great Restaurant!
Restaurant is extremely clean, cozy and well decorated. Tablecloth, silverware and candles are in present in each table. The service is excellent, personnel very friendly. Try the Lebanese red wine. Food: Appetizer well prepared gourmet presentation. You can choose cold or hot appetizer. The cold appetizer is more than enough. Every entree comes with soup; we had the lentil soups and they were fresh and delicious. The pork chops and sirloin couscous were extremely well presented and superb!
I will definitely come again.

Pros: Ambience, Parking, Service, Food

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Our friends were taking us for our anniversary and saw this restaurant being rated in Check Please so we decided to try it. We (all 6 of us) were very impressed as soon as we walked in. Our table was ready, service was excellent and the food was incredible. For being our first time visit we got on the house dessert which was delish! Carrot soup, excellent! I don't remember the name of my dish but it was some time of beef which just melted in my mouth..all the other parties tried lamb and that too was very tasty. You need to go and try for yourselves. This is coming from someone who is picky about eating new things...I was truly impressed.

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★★★★★

Our friends were taking us for our anniversary and saw this restaurant being rated in Check Please so we decided to try it. We (all 6 of us) were very impressed as soon as we walked in. Our table was ready, service was excellent and the food was incredible. For being our first time visit we got on the house dessert which was delish! Carrot soup, excellent! I don't remember the name of my dish but it was some time of beef which just melted in my mouth..all the other parties tried lamb and that too was very tasty. You need to go and try for yourselves. This is coming from someone who is picky about eating new things...I was truly impressed.

Pros: Everything!

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my first time here in the winter was just ok- food was delicious and moderately priced, but the service was terrible. it took us 15 minutes after they had cleared our final plates to get the check, and 15-20 more for them to run the credit card. this time around, i had a coupon and we remembered the awesom lamb kebabs so we decided to chance it. happy to report: much better! (though much less people in the dining room). the food was still excellent (and gave us way too much), and while the service (same waiter- i believe its the owner) was a bit short, it was a much better experience than before.

2
★★★★☆

my first time here in the winter was just ok- food was delicious and moderately priced, but the service was terrible. it took us 15 minutes after they had cleared our final plates to get the check, and 15-20 more for them to run the credit card. this time around, i had a coupon and we remembered the awesom lamb kebabs so we decided to chance it. happy to report: much better! (though much less people in the dining room). the food was still excellent (and gave us way too much), and while the service (same waiter- i believe its the owner) was a bit short, it was a much better experience than before.

Pros: lebanese wine, ambience

Cons: inattentive service

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The praise heaped on this restaurant stuns me. The average food they serve (I'd take Reza's, Andie's, Noon-O-Kabob or Pita Inn over it any day.) is eclipsed by the very poor service we received. We arrived at our reservation time, but ended up waiting 45 minutes for a table anyway. After a half hour, the host gave us two complimentary glasses of wine to placate us, but it didn't do much to ease our frustration at having watched other, larger parties get seated before us. I'm not usually a service snob, but our server was impolite, inattentive and impatient. If you do go and want to use a credit card, be sure to spend at least $20; my friend had a bill of about $19.75 and they flat-out refused to let her charge it.

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★☆☆☆☆

The praise heaped on this restaurant stuns me. The average food they serve (I'd take Reza's, Andie's, Noon-O-Kabob or Pita Inn over it any day.) is eclipsed by the very poor service we received. We arrived at our reservation time, but ended up waiting 45 minutes for a table anyway. After a half hour, the host gave us two complimentary glasses of wine to placate us, but it didn't do much to ease our frustration at having watched other, larger parties get seated before us. I'm not usually a service snob, but our server was impolite, inattentive and impatient. If you do go and want to use a credit card, be sure to spend at least $20; my friend had a bill of about $19.75 and they flat-out refused to let her charge it.

Pros: Attractive decor, Affordable

Cons: Very poor service, Mediocre food

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Beautifully decorated with wonderful food. Plus, it's not too pricey. We were riding our bikes by at 10pm and decided to stop in on a whim. We were surpised by how good their variations on classics like hummos and lamb couscous were--truly delicious. Also, try the Kellayah and don't miss the carrot soup. Prompt service and awesome entrees will delight.

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★★★★★

Beautifully decorated with wonderful food. Plus, it's not too pricey. We were riding our bikes by at 10pm and decided to stop in on a whim. We were surpised by how good their variations on classics like hummos and lamb couscous were--truly delicious. Also, try the Kellayah and don't miss the carrot soup. Prompt service and awesome entrees will delight.

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great experience....BYOB....easy on the wallet...yet increadible menu...
carrot soup is a must to try...along w/ artichoke appetizer...can't go wrong w/ any lamb dishes...

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★★★★★

great experience....BYOB....easy on the wallet...yet increadible menu...
carrot soup is a must to try...along w/ artichoke appetizer...can't go wrong w/ any lamb dishes...

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cozy, chic ambiance and friendly service offers arguably the best falafel in town. Top notch kafta kaboobs, chicken and meat shawarma, and wonderful couscous dishes keep me comming back for more. Such a nice place to bring guests for interesting, healthy, great tasting food.

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★★★★★

cozy, chic ambiance and friendly service offers arguably the best falafel in town. Top notch kafta kaboobs, chicken and meat shawarma, and wonderful couscous dishes keep me comming back for more. Such a nice place to bring guests for interesting, healthy, great tasting food.

Pros: nice variety, home cooking quality

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An excellent choice, the wait was not too long and easily smoothed over by the complimentary glass of wine. Service is discreet but attentive. The food was excellent and you never felt like you were being rushed. Word of advice: Big parties should book and becareful as you exit the restrooms as the waiters zoom by.

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★★★★★

An excellent choice, the wait was not too long and easily smoothed over by the complimentary glass of wine. Service is discreet but attentive. The food was excellent and you never felt like you were being rushed. Word of advice: Big parties should book and becareful as you exit the restrooms as the waiters zoom by.

Pros: inexpensive

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I've been going to Maza regularly for a few years now. The service is always great, and the atmosphere is better than any middle-eastern restaurant in Chicago (With the possible exception of Tizi Melloul, which lacks the food quality and quite atmosphere of Maza). I recomend the Red Snapper, and the Appetizer Sampler, which makes a great tapas-style meal.

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★★★★★

I've been going to Maza regularly for a few years now. The service is always great, and the atmosphere is better than any middle-eastern restaurant in Chicago (With the possible exception of Tizi Melloul, which lacks the food quality and quite atmosphere of Maza). I recomend the Red Snapper, and the Appetizer Sampler, which makes a great tapas-style meal.

Pros: Helpful service, Good menu, Plenty nearby meters

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Simple and elegant, the room is romantically lit, with white table linens and modern art on the walls. For an intro to Middle Eastern cuisine, order the Maza Deluxe, a tapas-style feast of 20 small dishes such as stuffed…

 

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