We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Like everytime, we spent exceptional time in Mezzet Dar. The atmosphere still warm and romantic, the selection of Tapas ( Silence of the lamb and Halloumi on holiday and Crab croquettes) were delicious and we enjoyed different selection of cocktails. You have to try the...Tomato cheese cake, it's just wonderful.
The staff were welcoming and always smiling,
We highly recommend to visit it and to experience its quirky atmosphere. The prices still reasonable if not low versus the quality of food, drinks, and service.
Good place to stop especially when visiting Hampton Court area.More
A restaurant thinking they can do good food and presentation.
Went there on a Saturday with family expecting good food but was disappointed.
Confused and a mish mash of different cuisines, paella with just mussels and squid rings, eggplant stew that looked and tasted like...as if was leftover from the knight before, just three small rings of Churros for £6, half a lamb chop sliced for £11 !!!
Very poor attempt to pose as a good minimalist menu.
A joke of a restaurant.More
Went to visit Hampton Court Palace and after we were looking for a place to have lunch. What a wonderful find it was. Food 5/5 well presented and delicious, essentially crochets. Prices extremely adorable and service 5/5. Jonas the manager took such a great care,...we left wanting to come back for dinner.More
We used to love eating here but won’t be going back any time soon after our dinner experience on 16 October. The menu has been reduced by half, and the size of the dishes by about 25%. Not the prices though. I wouldn’t mind that...so much if the quality and creativity were still the same, but sadly that’s not the case. We ordered 12 of the 14 dishes on the menu, many of which were tiny and so simple you can easily throw them together yourself in 5 minutes.More
We had another sensational meal from Meze (this time a takeaway due to Covid-19 restrictions).
Meze really is a local institution. During the lockdown, Fadi and the team were giving away free bread several times a week, which was a really lovely thing to do....This is a local restaurant that really deserves to be supported. Their food alone will ensure that happens.More
Mezzet dar has excellent tapas with generous portions compared to some small plate places, and all for a very reasonable price. The tortilla was a highlight, perfectly cooked to remain slightly raw in the middle. The baklava were the best I’ve ever had, not too...sweet or wet from honey, but perfectly buttery and crisp pastry. All of the plates ordered were delicious and presented beautifully.
The service was another stand out, really warm and accommodating - couldn’t have asked for much better.More
We had a great lunch here. Menu varied enough Spanish / Lebanese tapas so that you can share lots of plates but also have single courses for yourself. Great service from both members of staff. Can you please open one in Surbiton? 10 busy pubs...but no decent restaurants. Although it's a nice walk down the river to yours. Thanks for a great lunch!More
Response from HJ_and_KJ | Reviewed this property |
Sorry to post so late, but yes. Just make sure you search for "Dar Tapas Restaurant," not Mezzet Restaurant." Same owners; however, Mezzet is a full meal restaurant, and Mezzet Dar (just a few shops from each other), is a... More
Sorry to post so late, but yes. Just make sure you search for "Dar Tapas Restaurant," not Mezzet Restaurant." Same owners; however, Mezzet is a full meal restaurant, and Mezzet Dar (just a few shops from each other), is a tapas restaurant.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
Is This Your Listing?
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.