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This Lebanese restaurant in upmarket South Kensington takes its name from the 18th Century palace on a hill overlooking the town of Beiteddine, from which Prince Bashir II used to rule, and where banquets for hundreds of guests were prepared on a daily basis. The menu offers a bogglingly large choice of hot and cold hors d'oeuvres (kibbeh, falafel, fatayer spinach etc), a charcoal grill with the emphasis on lamb and chicken and a small selection of fish dishes. A takeaway service is also available, and children are welcome.
8 Harriet Street
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