Foodie Finds: Dine Out Vancouver 2013 – Laziza Mediterranean

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Crispy Cauliflower Appetizer

Crispy Cauliflower Appetizer

Foodie Finds: Dine Out Vancouver 2013 – Laziza Mediterranean

2013 was the first year that Laziza Mediterranean Restaurant participated in the Dine Out Vancouver Festival. They did so with an extensive 3-course set-prixe dinner menu that featured some of their most popular recipes for the very reasonable price of $28.

Laziza Mediterranean Restaurant specializes in Lebanese, Moroccan and Arabian food, plus they even make dining enjoyable for those seeking gluten-free and vegan options.

The evening that WAVEJourney dined at Laziza the restaurant was bustling and had a wonderfully warm and cozy atmosphere. A number of staff came by our table and all were extremely friendly, efficient and knowledgeable of the menu items. From observing the patrons, it was obvious that the restaurant enjoys a significant amount of repeat local customers – which is always a good thing to look for.

Cocktail drinkers will be impressed by the drink menu featuring Laziza’s signature collection of 2 oz martinis and cocktails created with premium spirits and fresh ingredients.

Tourism Vancouver's 2013 Dine Out Vancouver Festival

Tourism Vancouver’s 2013 Dine Out Vancouver Festival

Dine Out Vancouver 2013 Dinner Menu

Neighborhood: West End, English Bay
Cuisine Type: Moroccan/Lebanese
Dinner Menu Price: $28 for a 3-course menu
Gluten-Free Menu Option: Yes
Vegan Option: Yes


  • Dine Out Mezza Sampler – Hummus, Baba Ghanouj and Tabouleh salad served with pita bread.
  • Beets and Greens Salad – Organic seasonal greens, goat feta, dried cranberries, walnuts and drizzled with aged Balsamic.
  • Famous Crispy Cauliflower – Seasoned florets battered in corn flour, flash fried and accompanied by a sesame dip and pickles.


  • Gourmet Grill – Lamb Chops and tiger prawns marinated with herbs and spices, fire grilled and served with saffron rice and grilled vegetables.
  • Lamb or Chicken Tagine – Chunks of lamb or chicken mixed with fresh seasonal vegetables, slowly cooked in aromatic tomato sauce and served on a bed of couscous.
  • Chicken or Seafood Arabia Sautéed – Strips of chicken breast or seafood (East Coast Scallops, Prawns and Mahi Mahi), finished in a pomegranate reduction, accompanied by dry fruits and walnuts, nestled on couscous and drizzled with honey.


  • Crème brûlée
  • Cheese cake 
  • Lebanese Konafa – Crispy shredded pastry, stuffed with a lightly sweetened ricotta cream filling, topped with syrup and pistachios.


  • Baklava
Lamb Tagine

Lamb Tagine with Couscous


Dessert – Baklava

Bottom Line:

  • Authentic Lebanese and Moroccan cuisine
  • The food was fresh, delicious and with appealing presentation
  • Portions were large enough to share a few dishes – the tagine was enough for two
  • The 3-course DOV menu price was very reasonable
  • Make a reservation so not to be disappointed

For More Details:

Regular Drink and Dinner Menus

Laziza Drinks Menu

Laziza Drinks Menu

Laziza Dinner Menu

Laziza Dinner Menu




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