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SHARE. EAT. BE GREEK.
Authentic Greek restaurant in the heart of West Bridgford.
Cuzina [gr. κουζίνα] is the Greek word for kitchen. Our name reflects our concept. Inspired by the traditional and contemporary Greek kitchen, we create modern Greek little plates (or mezze) using only high quality, fresh ingredients. Our food embraces the Greek approach to social style dining; food to be shared amongst family and friends in a casual yet lively atmosphere.
Straight from our Cuzina and to your table, it’s all about the experience!
DRINK LIKE A GREEK
Come evening time, Cuzina’s bar area transforms into one of West Bridgford’s most unique bar hotspots. With liqueurs and spirits hailing from Greece and Cyprus such as Mastiha and Zivania, our highly skilled mixologists bring together innovative combinations for the ultimate cocktail experience.
Whether you want a beer after work from our wide selection of draft and speciality beers, a cheeky Cuzina Martini cocktail whilst you catch up with friends or just a glass of wine to unwind, at Cuzina you can drink like a Greek, whilst also diving into our little sharing plates (or mezze) and sampling some of our great bar snacks.
Tequila, rose liqueur, rose cordial, lime wedges and topped with rose petals
GREEK COFFEE MARTINI – £7.50
Greek Coffee, Jack Daniel’s honey whiskey, Amaretto and Kahlua
PEACH-IN – £7.50
Gin, peach liqueur, lemon juice, sugar syrup and coriander seeds
GREEK SPRITZ – £8.00
Aperol, *Mastiha liqueur, grapefruit, soda
WATERMELON MARGHARITA – £8.00
Tequila, Cointreau, lime juice, watermelon juice, fresh basil or cucumber
GIN COCKTAILS: THE PERFECT SERVE
THE PORTOBELLO ROAD – £7.50
Portobello Road gin, grapefruit zest, juniper berries and Fever Tree light tonic
CUZINA GIN & TONIC – £7.50
Gin Mare, thyme, olives and Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic
PINK GIN & TONIC – £7.50
Bloom Gin, pink grapefruit slice, rosemary and Fever Tree Aromatic tonic
GREEK GIN & TONIC – £7.50
Star of Bombay Gin, Mastiha liquer, orange peel
BLACK FOREST VIRGIN MOJITO – £4.00
Berry puree, elderflower cordial, lime, mint and apple juice
BLUSHING GINGER – £4.00
Rose Syrup, lemon juice, honey and ginger beer
APPLE & ELDERFLOWER FIZZ – £4.00
Elderflower cordial, lime juice, sugar syrup, fresh mint topped with apple juice and soda
Made from the resin of the unique Mastiha tree that has the singularity to grow only in the southern part of Chios Island in Greece.
An authentic Cypriot spirit, produced on the island for centuries, distilled from carefully selected grape varieties. Characteristically clear and strong in taste, it is a unique and traditional aperitif.
Made in a small coffee pot, normally copper or brass, with a uniquely long handle called a ‘briki’. The difference to instant coffee is that you put all the ingredients in the pot and brew it all together.
(n)= drinks contain nuts
INKOSI CHENIN BLANC
South Africa, Southern Cape. (12.5% abv)
Lovely and light, so great on its own or a good match for salads, light dishes, white meats and cheeses
THIASOS WHITE, 2013
Peloponnese, Greece – (13% abv)
A modern take on a Greek classic. This is an intriguing and delicately perfumed blend of the Roditis and Moschofilero grapes from the Peloponnese peninsula. A spicy, textural combination of refreshing acidity and weighty balance; a revelation
RETSINA OF ATTICA
Greece, Kourtaki – (11.5% abv)
A classic dry white wine that has been made for at least 2,000 years, it is vividly gold in colour, with a dainty pine resin aroma and balanced palate
PINOT GRIGIO SERENO 2016
Italy, Veneto – (12% abv)
This delicious wine has a light citrus aroma which leads to a mixture of juicy fruits and just a hint of vanilla on the palate
LUNA AZUL SAUVIGNON BLANC
Chile, Central Valley. (13% abv)
Expect a burst of passion fruit and guava from this delightful Sauvignon Blanc. A simple lifted floral finish that is clean on the palate
GROWERS GATE, CHARDONNAY, 2015
South Australia – (13% abv) Chardonnay thrives in the warm and sun-kissed Australian vineyards, delivering an unmistakably vibrant and fruit-driven style
APSROLITHI ROUVALIS, 2015
Greece, Rouvalis Winery, Aigialia – (11.5% abv) White wine with very pleasant acidity and citrus fruits, perfect for little plates, souvlaki and seafood
TURTLE BAY, SAUVIGNON BLANC, 2016
New Zealand, Marlborough – (12% abv) This is one of our best selling white wines, and with good reason – no doubt one of the best Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc’s around. Perfectly paired with Calamari, Sea Bass and Octopus
MYLONAS, 100% SAVATIANO, 2017
Mylonas Winery, Greece, Keratea – (12% abv) Straw yellow color with soft green highlights, and citrus aromas, with charming touches of white flowers, apple, peach, hints of tobacco and herbs
PETRIDIS, XYNISTERI 2015
Cyprus Kyperounda Winery (Troodos Mountains) – (11.5%) Beautiful aromas of citrus and tropical fruits. A medium-bodied wine with balanced acidity and structure. – a truly excellent wine
INKOSI, SHIRAZ, 2017
South Africa – (13.5% abv)
Dark cherry colour with aromas of plum and smoky black pepper giving way to a lush ripe black fruit palate
THIASOS RED, 2013
Peloponnese, Greece – (13% abv)` A superb of modern fruit-driven Greek wine; soft, moreish flavours of damson and dark plum enveloped in a medium-bodied coating of soft tannins
VIA ALTA MERLOT
Chile, Colchagua Valley – (13.5% abv)
Rich and concentrated that packs all you want from this easy drinking Merlot. Great stuff!
CRAMELE RECAS PINOT NOIR
Romania – (12.5% abv)
Complex aromas of black cherry, raspberry and cinnamon. Medium bodied with dried fruit notes that combine with fresh red berries and sweet spice on the palate
HEALY & GRAY ESTATE MALBEC BONARDA
Argentina, Mendoza – (12.5% abv)
The juicy fruit of Malbec combines beautifully with the subtle spiciness of Bonarda resulting in a wine which is velvety smooth on the outside but macho on the inside
FAUSTINO RIVIERO JOVEN, 2014
Spain, Rioja 2014 – (12.5% abv)
A bright wine with red berry aromas underscored by notes of liquorice
TSANTALI RAPSANI PDO, 2015
Xinomavro-Krassato-Stavroto – (12.4% abv)
A ruby red in colour wine that combines aromas ofdried cherry and raspberry with olive paste, tomato and a whiff of spices and vanilla. Elegant, velvet-textured yet vibrant palate with a lingering mellow finish
‘KANENAS’, MAVROUDI – SYRAH, 2015
Tsantali Winery, Greece – (13.3% abv)
Deep, dense red color, aromas of medium intensity starring the red fruits, spices and wood, as also hints of vanilla, violet and ham. Mouth ripe with good tannins that have the prospects to evolve. Good aftertaste. Great with Lamb Kleftiko or Sliced Steak
ALPHA ESTATE,’AXIA’, XINOMAVRO SYRAH
Alpha estate winery, Greece – (14% abv) Full bodied on the palate, with rounded tannins, a balancing freshness, this blend delivers rich, dark fruits and intense quince flavours, with vanilla tones from the seamlessly integrated oak through to a long persistent finish
CHATZIVARITIS ESTATE, CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Xinomavro Goumenissa, Greece – (14% abv)
This certified organic wine Vivid in colour with a discreet aromatic pallete with hints of blackcurrant, cherry, tomato, pepper and vanilla traces. Mouth youthful, filled with well-made tannins and delicious, fruity aftertaste
MONTEREY BAY ZINFANDEL ROSE
USA, California – (10.5% abv)
Quite the most delicious wine, a racy mix of watermelon and cherry with a delectable sweetness
SERENO PINOT GRIGIO BLUSH
Italy, Veneto – (12% abv)
The height of fashion – light fresh strawberry flavours and very easy drinking
IL CASTELLI PROSECCO DOC
Italy, Veneto – (11% abv)
A lovely straw yellow with a faint greenish reflection in colour. The aroma is subtle with a fruity scent and hints of apple. Along with a dry, crispy and fruity palate which is pleasant and a clean finish
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To our wonderful customers, we notify you that Cuzina Bar & Eatery will be temporarily closed from the 22nd August, and we will re-open on 1st September.
Bookings will not be taken for this period.