SquareMeal Review of
Tiny Byblos Harbour is one of the few Docklands restaurants to successfully achieve that elusive neighbourhood feel and credit must go to the staff who go out of their way to welcome locals
and visitors from the nether regions of the capital. Billed as a ‘Lebanese brasserie’, it sets out its stall with a tempting array of hot and cold mezze – baba gannouj, foul moudamas (fava
beans) and kibbeh (minced lamb and wheat balls) – before parading its main events. Expect a choice of grills such as lamb cutlets or baby chicken, which can be matched with a bottle of Château
Musar from the short wine list. After that, a shot of arak or a shisha pipe on the waterside terrace keep it all authentic. A moped service whizzes £4 wraps to businesses around the estate.