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Laziz Kitchen

Middle Eastern Dining

Fresh baked pita, beans simmering, coring vegetables and sipping coffee, while fresh herbs donned the kitchen table. These are the memories of nurture and deliciousness, in a space where food and human connect, where life’s appetites are explored. This communal strength of a kitchen is the building block of every home and every community. It’s around the table that we share our most intimate stories, where the sense of belonging is felt, and where deep connections of trust are built.

Over the years we’ve found ourselves in a unique position of bridging our passion for food with community engagement. Whether it’s advocating for social justice, or our involvement in local political office, or to early mornings with our neighbors at the farmers market, we’re driven by our love for the community. We’ve knocked on doors, talked to strangers, and told our story, and now we invite you into our kitchen – to gather around our table. We hope you feel at home.

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Can be found here:

    912 S Jefferson Street


I’ve been here twice and each time was amazing! The food is really fresh and so flavorful! The service is always great and I love seeing the owners there because I think it shows how involved and caring their are of their place

Olivia Brito,

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The food is absolutely delicious! & their date and grape soda is to die for!

Mina Johnson,

Facebook Review

Having lived 5 years the middle east, I can vouch for the authentic taste and ingredients of Laziz fare. This is not Americanized imposter food, this is real Levant mezze.

Tom Horton,

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Salt Lake City, UT

  • 912 S Jefferson Street
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84101
  • 435-757-9310

Moudi Sbeity & Derek Kitchen
Founders & Owners

Laziz was founded in February 2012 by Moudi Sbeity and Derek Kitchen in Salt Lake City, Utah, with the mission to integrate a culinary dynamic between Middle Eastern flavors and your home cuisine. We began with Hummus at the local farmers market, and soon thereafter added Muhammara and Toum with plans to introduce additional food items.