Post Tagged with: "Lebanese"
The set menus combine dips, breads, pickles and grilled meats. There’s enough for two people and the most expensive one is $30. You do the maths.
In the twenty-three years it’s been around, Talk of the Town hasn’t seen many changes: the tiny, homely eating hall, the vast bistro-style fridge, the rotating lamb on a spit. The same owners still prepare the salads, dips and delicacies fresh daily – and the Elsternwick locals keep coming in waves. Despite a relentless spree [...]
Any restaurant that has been plating since 1979 deserves a visit – especially one that claims to have introduced Lebanese food to the North Shore. A 2005 renovation is responsible for a bright, elegant dining room with crisp white tablecloths, tip-top glassware and a fetching-shade-of-blue carpet with magical sound-dampening qualities. ‘El karim’ translates to ‘the [...]
Belly dancers are often a bad sign at a Middle Eastern restaurant but this place proves an exception to the rule. The Strathfield branch of Zenobia has more over-the-top decor than the Leichhardt original but the food is just as good. Refined with a modern edge, these classic Lebanese dishes stand up well to the [...]
Many say that Al Aseel serves the best Lebanese food in Sydney. Whether that’s true is a matter for debate, but it’s certainly the only restaurant with both a chef’s hat and a fetch-your-own drinks fridge. Almost constantly full, Al Aseel serves consistently delicious food in a spartan but clean environment often overrun with huge [...]