This charming Lebanese restaurant originates from Abd El Wahab Inglizi Street in Old Beirut and is the first in Europe.
The menu is plentiful and we like the look of the hot starters. A bowl of hommos paste topped with meat & pine nuts or you may opt for the unusually named Foul Medammas, a mix of cooked fava beans, chickpeas, olive oil garlic & lemon juice topped with tomato & parsley. That said, you can’t beat freshly grilled halloumi, served with cherry tomato & mint.
Fatteh are a speciality and you must try the Chicken Fatteh, a mix of chicken slices & chickpea paste, smothered with warm yogurt & topped with fried bread, ghee, paprika & pine nuts.
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