Mashawi presents Middle Eastern/Moroccan delicacies in three retailers throughout Perth – Mount Lawley, Vic Park and Currambine – we went alongside to the Mount Lawley venue a few weeks in the past. We had been to a wine tasting earlier and simply needed a small meal which can not have allowed us the chance to completely recognize what was on supply – however what we had, we loved, so will get alongside once more and check out extra of the dishes on supply.
The menu is in depth and presents a number of dips, scorching starters, seafood dishes, vegan and vegetarian choices, tagines and much more in addition to – they’re unlicensed however with an impressive liquor store on the subsequent nook that poses no issues for these in search of a wine or some-such to accompany their meals.
We ordered a few the recent starters (or tapas as they record them) – garlic prawns, cheese cigars after which a vegan tagine type dish – Black Fez.
The prawns have been nicely cooked, retaining a lovely crunch to the chew, the flesh candy and moist – just a little garlic aromatics and flavour with olive oil and lemon so as to add a spot of pizzazz.
The cheese cigars – filo pastry encasing a mixture of fetta and spinach – hit all the best notes – crisp pastry, moist filling, properly seasoned, with creamy tzatziki to dip. Liked these quite a bit.
And the final – couscous, tomato, crumbed eggplant, chickpeas, all cooked in a mildly spiced tomato ragu – very filling and really nice.
All in all of the meals was pleasurable and we will definitely be again to take a look at extra of the menu.
Mashawi, from what we noticed, is popping out fairly good Middle Eastern meals in engaging and cozy surrounds. Well value a glance.