This little eatery between Brewer st and Peter st dishes up some pretty delicious Beirut street food right in the mix of the eclectic Soho.


I love this place thats why I have to return and tell you guys about them. There are 3 current branches: Oxford
Circus, this one in Soho and pop-up on Shoreditch High street.

The menu is base I think on sharing. You get various types of mezzes both hot and cold, various dips, small, nibble starters and as well as large grill dishes as well that uses either seafood or meats.

So as usual I get hummus served with warm flat breads (£4.25)

Also baba ghannouj (£5).

Both are a delight. Excellent and great to start. Creamy, rich and flavourful.

I got the kafta meshoué (£9.75). Charred grill spiced lamb mince served with vermicelli rice and red onion and parsley salad.

The lamb is delicious. The herbs and spices in there is just right, balance and delicious while not overpowering the natural characteristics of the lamb. Having is their intense and cloud like garlic sauce is just perfect. So good I just have to have another bowl of it.

If you enjoy Lebanese cuisine as much as I do without just eating at your local kebab shop, give this place a try and you’ll definitely enjoy.

Ps. Go early as they are very busy in the evening! I waiter for 45mins!

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