Lebanese · Middle Eastern

Lazeez Lebanese Tapas

Lazeez Lebanese Tapas aims to provide a taste of Beirut in the heart of trendy London, and you can’t get trendier than being neighbours with Selfridges. The Lebanese culture, when it comes to food is designed for sharing, and Lazeez (which means tasty in Arabic) emulates this social characteristic by offering small tapas dishes in… Continue reading Lazeez Lebanese Tapas

Lebanese · Moroccan

Dar Marrakech

Dar Marrakech in Stratford serves traditional Moroccan and Lebanese cuisine. The interior is decorated with traditional Middle Eastern drapes and lantern, transporting you to the vibrant oasis of Jemaa El-Fna Square in Marrakech. Starters consisted of a selection of cold mezze dishes; Zalouk (Aubergines cooked in tomato sauce, garlic and coriander), Humous, Foul Mudamas (broad… Continue reading Dar Marrakech

Lebanese

Comptoir Libanais

Comptoir Libanais is a Middle Eastern cafe style restaurant, found in multiple locations. Comptoir Libanais means ‘Lebanese counter’ and that is pretty much what you get but with a touch of vintage old school glamour. The humous as always was velvety in texture. A must order in any Lebanese restaurant. Shown below is the Spicy Armenian… Continue reading Comptoir Libanais

Lebanese

Mashwi

Mini Review: Mashwi Restaurant is a Lebanese eatery in Luton. This is the ‘Mashwi Family Special’ platter consisting of grilled Chicken, Lamb Shish, Chicken Shish, Adana Kofta, Doner, Bread, Rice and Samosa. You are presented with a larger than life plate of food sufficient to feed a large group. The food was slightly cold on… Continue reading Mashwi

Lebanese

Al Souk

Al Souk is a Lebanese resturant in Gants Hill. It is rare to find a Lebanese restaurant that steels your heart and sends you into a glorious food coma, whilst taking you through an incredible food journey to Lebanon and back. No meal is complete without humous and Al Souk certainly knows how to make one… Continue reading Al Souk