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This Lebanese restaurant in Marylebone has been going for more than 15 years, serving traditional mezze, stews and meats from the charcoal grill in a lively setting. It's named after the Lebanese singer, Fairuz, known as the 'Jewel of Lebanon'.
A couple of set menus showcase many of the restaurant's dishes, complementing an a la carte offering that ranges from hummous, tabbouleh and falafel to mixed grills, char-grilled lamb mishwi skewers and makloobeh - a stew of aubergines and rice topped with diced fillet of lamb and served with a yoghurt salad.
The drinks list features a number of wines from Lebanon, alongside a short selection from France, Italy and Argentina. Lebanese beer is available, too.