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Rooftop frosé and kebabs, anyone?

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Holly Graham
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Lebanese canteen Maison Libanaise is launching some weekend funsies, with its 'Lebanese Kebab and Frosé' offering. Served on the restaurants' rooftop 'La Buvette', tuck into chef James Harrison’s selection of charcoal grilled kebabs between midday and 5pm every Saturday, Sunday and public holiday. 

You can order a combo of four ($98), eight ($178) or 12 ($268) kebabs, from a menu including free range chicken shish taouk marinated with saffron, chilli and mint or New Zealand lamb kafta rubbed in ras el hanout spice. Our fave is the juicy prime beef striploin laham mishwe grilled in baharat spice and for the veggies, there's charred eggplant brushed with a taklia herb mix.

Wash it all down with a glass ($48) or a jug ($248) of Frosé aka frozen rosé wine and with a fresh strawberry puree. Chow down and drink up on the roof along with the reggae playlist and that's summer sorted.

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