Olive at Mawson

Why hello fried cheese…

Mouthless Mutters

I’ve known about Olive at Mawson for quite some time but Thursday night I had the pleasure of eating there for the first time.

Two girlfriends and I turned up on a freezing cold night and were welcomed in to the warm and comfortable restaurant with a smile. The space is large and open, yet somehow intimate – it’s laidback but still date material.

We decided on an assortment of meze type dishes, as none of us was overly hungry. I also love meze type food; lots of little bits. We ordered meat balls, bruschetta focaccia, Saganaki (fried cheese), fried olives and bread with olive oil.

All the food was really tasty and well prepared. I especially loved how tender the meat balls were and how squishy the saganaki was.

For dessert we tried their special, a flourless orange cake, and the crème brulee – both of which were delicious.

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