Gazi Go Slow Sunday Sessions

We’ve got Sunday’s covered this Winter with Gazi Go Slow Sunday sessions.

Sit back and enjoy our 3 course slow food menu with cured ocean trout, slow cooked roasted potatoes, carrots with harissa and hummus, mouth wateringly tender slow cooked lamb and more… and to top it off we have a delicious spiced punch to help kick any Winter blues.

Gazi Go Slow begins on 7th June and runs every Sunday from 12pm-3pm.

To book call us on (03) 9207 7444 or online.

The Dynamic Duo - Joey & Reuben

A huge formal welcome to dynamic duo Reuben Davis (Executive Chef) and Joey Commerford (General Manager) who have recently joined our Gazi family.

Creative genius Reuben has worked alongside some of the most celebrated and accolated chefs in the world. He started his career in the UK working with Jason Atherton at Maze and Pollen Street Social before moving to a role with 2 Michelin star chef Sat Bains.

Service superstar Joey’s career is distinguished by his roles at the Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld and the internationally recognized Vue de Monde.

Most recently both Reuben and Joey lead the team at our very own Melbourne fine dining institution The Press Club.

We are so grateful to have Reuben and Joey’s combined expertise and genuine passion for food and hospitality here at Gazi so we can continue to evolve our offering and deliver our guests a memorable and delicious dining experience.

Reuben and Joey will also front the next incarnation of The Press Club – after dark dining destination Elektra. Elektra is set to open at the end of July. Stay tuned for a brand new menu and 30 wines by the glass.

Gazi Express Lunch

Visit Gazi to enjoy our express lunch offer. For an affordable $32pp, you will be treated to our delicious 2 course sharing menu, featuring mezethes and mains.

Available Monday - Friday from 12pm-3pm.

Gazi Artist Series

Our new Gazi Artist Series celebrates the Gazi district of Athens renowned as hub of culture and art. Each quarter, our dynamic venue will feature a new Melbourne artist.

Currently, you will find our walls adorned in the incredible work of Kasper Raglus.

Raglus’ own special brand of contemporary geometric abstraction has few peers in the Australian art world. A long-time resident and explorer of Victoria’s famed Surf Coast, Raglus’ nuanced blending of minimalism, geometry, hard edge conventions and painterly detailing produces bold and intricate explorations of his own natural and cultural environments – layered material notations, pigmented records and maps of worlds both internal and external, familial and personal.

Instagram: @kasperraglus