Time Out says
Abu Naim prides itself on being a traditional Lebanese restaurant, serving classic Lebanese mezze with a typically warm Lebanese attitude. When we say traditional, we mean it: the menu (literally) throws few bones to the uninitiated, what with its kibbeh nayyeh (minced raw beef) and marinated lamb brains. But the squeamish will still find plenty to choose from among the range of hot and cold mezze and grilled meats, all of which are made from fresh ingredients apparently hand-picked by owner Abu Naim himself. Decor-wise things are kept simple, but the plain venue is embellished by the colourful staff who run this snug family restaurant.
Abdel Aziz Street
|Price:||Meal for two LL45,000|
|Opening hours:||Daily noon-midnight|