-By Ameeta Agnihotri
Azulia is the Mediterranean restaurant that is located at the curve of a first-floor balcony overlooking the foyer at the GRT. Behind the glassed wall waits your gastronomic tour of of the Mediterranean Sea with charm and imagination. The food here is what Hemingway so memorably called 'A moveable Feast'. If it's not the olive oil and the olives themselves the dark black ones and olive green ones there are the magnificent aubergines, peppers, tomatoes, wonderful lemons, the soft goat cheeses, the cracked wheat dishes, the aromatic herbs and judiciously sprinkled spices, the various kinds of nuts and seeds that are scattered around like confetti to create a sense of alfresco splendour. They offer a good selection of wines too. The main course is a superb lamb dish that has a marinade from Morocco and other inputs from Turkey and Greece with a helping of brown wild rice. Or try their equally succulent fish that is scattered with pine nuts. Finish with some exceptional desserts - a Tiramisu, without eggs that should appeal to vegetarians and a Greek Yogurt Fruit Salad, followed, by believe it or not, the best Baklava this side of Mount Lebanon.
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