Haz Plantation Place

Plantation Place, 6 Mincing Lane , London, EC3M 3BD

Haz, Plantation Place, Monument Tower Hill, London
Haz, Plantation Place, Monument Tower Hill, London
Haz, Plantation Place, Monument Tower Hill, London
Haz, Plantation Place, Monument Tower Hill, London

SquareMeal Review of Haz Plantation Place

Traditional Turkish food meets slick contemporary design at Haz (and its sister venue Hazev in Canary Wharf). There’s nothing quite like a table groaning with tabbouleh, hummus, crisp filo-pastry parcels, colourful octopus salad and imam bayildi laced with golden olive oil to get a business lunch off to a good start, with mains of lamb kofte or chicken shish from the charcoal grill to seal the deal. Haz’s comprehensive menu also goes beyond the ocakbasi staples by supplementing its wide selection of mezze, grills and kebabs with tagines, slow-cooked veggie stews, seafood, pasta and even no-frills steak and chips. To drink, Turkish wines, Efes beer and raki keep things geographically on-point. There are keenly priced set deals and party menus to suit all sizes, while the venues themselves are flexible glass-fronted spaces filled with light and finished with warm materials.


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Haz Plantation Place Location

Plantation Place, 6 Mincing Lane , London EC3M 3BD

Opening times

Mon-Sat 11.30am-11.30pm

Haz Plantation Place's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 7.0

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Service: 7.0

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Atmosphere: 8.0

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Value: 8.0

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Food + drink: 3

Service: 3

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

Platinum Reviewer
03 August 2010

Haz is a great place to grab a bite at in the city, despite its formulaic nature, it works well and is heaving at lunch times. The food is good, its not overly incredible, but the meats are always grilled to perfection and side dishes are very nice. Service can be a bit slow as it's so busy, but its never a deterrent. The restaurants are all light and airy and moden in decor and I have even taken a large group there for a full-on Turkish feast before, which was great as even the Vegatarians amongst us were more than satisfied with the food. Its a great way to eat in a group, but perfect if you are looking for a nice lunch that is a little bit different. Prices arent excessive either, which in the current economic climate, can only be a good thing.