Riki Eats 4: at Hazine, London

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I let my anxiety take the lead whilst editing this week’s IGTV Video because I kept questioning how best to curate content, how to stay true to myself and wondered if what I create is of any relevance to you. This anxiety transcended into procrastination and on Sunday night, I decided to bun that and sleep without uploading anything to rikicooks.com. I woke up this morning feeling guilty, and yet motivated to continue releasing content on a weekly basis because perfection will not come today, or tomorrow, or next week. However, what I know for sure is that; I need to remove the pressure that I have put on myself and accept that the more I release content into the universe, the better I will become at curating it and it will naturally find its way to whom it is meant for, which is simply anybody like me, who likes to eat and/or cook [clearly you, since you’re reading this lol]. [Bun that; a phrase commonly used when displaying displeasure to a certain idea or thought, UrbanDictionary.com].

Well, I’d like to share with you, a message from me to me –  you need to let go of what you think you are and open up to all that you can become. So here we are, my foodie experience with my family, Episode 4 of Riki Eats: Dinner at Hazine, London. 

Food 8/10
Atmosphere 8/10
Service 8/10

Waiting Time: 15 – 20 mins

288 – 290 Broadway, London DA6 8AJ  Mon-Sat [12 – 11:30pm], Sun [12 – 10:30pm]


QUESTION TIME


What is Hazine, London all about?

Straight from the source…

The dishes at HAZINE derive from ancient Turkish creations, fused with contemporary cooking methods and new ingredients. At HAZINE we strive ourselves to provide the highest and freshest quality, producing everything daily in-house and using local companies which offer only the finest products.

[Hazine.co.uk]

Why should you visit Hazine, London?

If you can access South East London and want to visit a local boujee Turkish restaurant, why shouldn’t you? Great food and drinks in a lovely setting at a cheeky price sounds like my idea of a payday treat. I went for a family dinner, to celebrate my little cousins’ birthday – luckily, I didn’t have to pay for anything, so for me, it felt way better than a payday treat [boujee; to be elite, UrbanDictionary.com]

What’s on the menu at Hazine, London?

Their menu covers a wide range of options: hot or cold mezze starters, with options for chicken, lamb, seafood or vegetarian as the main course. We went for a mix of starters,  and my main course was Pizorla (£17); Grilled Lamb Chops served with Rice and Grilled Vegetables. I was happily satisfied after the main and had no space in me for dessert [lol]

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Pizorla (£17); Grilled Lamb Chops served with Rice and Grilled Vegetables.

Other dishes on our table:

 

 

Watch and please share by tagging @RikiCooks, #RikiEats on Social Media; the short video experience at Hazine, London below:

Is Hazine, London Vegan / Vegetarian / Halal friendly?

Most definitely for Vegan and Vegetarians 🙂 However, I am not sure that the meat options are Halal-friendly [it’s worth giving them a call before you visit]


This is more like a long and sweet experience, as our visit to Hazine lasted just over an hour summed up into a short post; I hope you have been entertained and hopefully get to visit Hazine. Till next Sunday [real talk, this time].

As always, your thoughts and suggestions are very welcome, what would you like me to write about? Please leave a comment below or message me on Instagram: @RikiCooks 

What is Riki Eats about? Well, click here to find out 🙂

x Ciao Bella x

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