About Suzi Tros
OPENS LATE MAY 2019
This Greek-inspired bistro and cocktail bar comes from the team behind Mazi, which can be found just a few doors down. Named after a character from 1960s Greek film I Parisiana, Suzi Tros translates as “Suzi, you eat”. That’s what guests can do here, feasting on a selection of Greek-inspired small plates.
Spread across two floors, Suzi Tros features an upstairs dining room which boasts a 10-seat kitchen counter alongside regular tables, while downstairs guests can relax in the intimate cocktail bar with drinks and bar snacks. The relaxed interiors recreate the coastal atmosphere of Greece, with plenty of natural light, patterned tiles and a turquoise tiled bar.
On the menu, you can expect a seasonally changing selection of small plates and grilled dishes, with diners sitting at the counter able to enjoy some kitchen theatre via the open charcoal grill. Dishes you might find include a selection of raw plates such as crayfish tartare and sea urchin, as well as hot dishes of grilled calamari, grilled and smoked aubergine and ‘Grandmama’s Meatballs’. If you’re looking for something a little lighter, opt for one of Suzi Tros’ salads, such as stuffed peppers with rice or chickpea and octopus.
No surprises that the wine list is exclusively Greek, and it’s served along with a selection of Greek beers. If you’re only visiting the bar, you can sample cocktails which make use of lesser-known Greek spirits such as Mastika and Tsipouro. Note that Suzi Tros does not take reservations.