‘I have never had anything but an incredible meal here', declares one reader – testament to the fact that this frills-free joint outflanks the local competition when it comes to Lebanese food. The split-level interior resembles a ‘chic Middle Eastern dining room' – tiled floors, white tablecloths, Arabic calligraphy – and the lengthy menu deals in regional classics at reasonable prices. You can make a meal from the ‘incredible starters', so pick from the likes of stuffed vine leaves, ‘silky' hoummos and habra nayeh – marinated raw lamb blended with spices. As expected, the charcoal grill takes centre stage, with a stonking assortment of shish kebabs, koftas and shawarma, as well as whole sea bass with hot spicy sauce. Dessert is a straight choice between baklava and milk pudding, and there's even a contingent of Lebanese wines and digestifs.
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