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This recently renovated dining room is glitzier than most Lebanese restaurants in London, but it is in Mayfair, so the sparkling gold latticework and strips of marble don't look out of place around here. It's been open since 1986, and bills itself as one of London's first Lebanese restaurants.
The menu goes big on mezze, with moutabel, houmous with pitta, labneh and grilled halloumi alongside chicken wings marinated with paprika, oregano, lemon, garlic and olive oil, Lebanese flatbreads baked with lamb, onions and tomatoes, and house kallaje – a dish of halloumi baked on Lebanese bread, here topped with a tomato and basil dressing.
Mains range from good-looking char-grilled meats to dover sole, sea bass and king prawns also given the charcoal treatment. Desserts include baklava, osmalia and mouhalabia. The wine list features plenty of good Lebanese options.
51-52 Hertford Street
|Transport:||Tube: Green Park or Hyde Park Corner tube|
|Price:||Main courses £15-£23. Cover £2. Minimum £25|
|Opening hours:||Meals served noon-11pm daily|
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