Sun & PH - Thu: 11:00 - 22:00
Fri - Sat: 11:00 - 23:00
Eve of PH: 11:00 - 23:00
Located at Millenia Walk, MEDZ has a dining concept with eight gourmet stations offering Spanish, Moroccan, French, Turkish, Greek and Mediterranean cuisine. Attached to the restaurant is a craft beer bar offering more than 100 types of craft beers.
Good food and friendly service staff. Located next to TCC, MEDZS was a surprise watering hole! Yes they have quite an extensive selection of beers and ciders. Lucky the staff was more than happy to introduce them to us. We had a few tapas sides (decent food: truffle fries, calamari and pork belly) with our beers and it was a satisfying night to chill after a long day of work. Coming back to try their desserts next time.
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Medzs - Famous for their Signature Rainbow Cake, is a popular casual dining Mediterranean Restaurant. They have the similar dining concept as Marche but I think their food quality was so much better than Marche.
They offer massive range of cuisines from places like Spain, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, France, Italy, Greece and Asia... (Note: Asia Cuisine is only available at the Millenia Walk outlet)
It's nice to have so many gourmet from different countries all in one place. We were here for dinner on Sunday night, so far the waiting time for our food was quite fast, usually around 10mins wait. The restaurant is very big, great place for big groups! With the huge selection of quite good quality desserts, food and beverages at affordable prices, Medzs definitely is a value for money place not to be missed!
A big restaurant, good for big group dinner gatherings. Must try the pork belly. Juicy, tender, well marinated and nicely cooked over the grill. The roasted potatoes that were served on the side was addictive. I was really pleased that I was recommended this dish as I was a feverent meat lover. I will definitely come back for the rib eye steak and pork belly next time. Tried the rosti too and it was pretty cooked. It was crisp on the outside and soft and buttery inside. The sour cream was a perfect complement to the rosti :) Thank you medzs.
I never hold any good impression of rainbow cakes but I must confessed Medz's version is so far the best rainbow cake I have. And what could be a more colorful cake than the thing itself when it is dressed up with chocolate ganache to look like a Christmas log cake. For full review about its other Christmas offerings, visit http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2014/11/medz-christmas-sg-2014-rainbow-log-cake.html
Shaped in a rectangular form, the 1.2kg festive rainbow cake ($46.90++)distinguishes itself from the mediocre ones with the superbly moist sponge layers constituted of fine-textured particles, a far cry from those dry stale versions with big pockets.
Thankfully, they did not take the shortcut of drenching the layers with too much sugar syrup or clogged it with too much distasteful buttercream. Though food coloring can't be totally absent in the construction process, each layer is highlighted with a different flavour. I could taste orange, blueberry, peppermint, but not the cream cheese, caramel, chocolate chips and almond. But at least the effort is there. The savoury selection of Medz "Warm Gifts from the Heart" Christmas menu includes the Mediterranean Spice Infused Whole Turkey ($118) which is on par with the rising quality of christmas turkeys in recent years