Fakhreldine is the oldest Lebanese restaurant in London. The 30 plus years of serving fresh, flavourful food to the capital, has established the restaurant as a landmark in its own right.In Lebanon, restaurant cuisine is dictated by Mezzé. Small dishes such as Hummus and Tabbouleh are casually set upon the table with baskets of bread for diners to drag trough dips.Fakhreldine head chef Youssef Harb does not want his family cuisine to be lost in history.
Slowly cooked “Five Spice” lamb shanks and bukhari rice, stuffed baby aubergine with minced lamb, tomato sauce topped with yoghurt, crispy bread and pine nuts,deep fried baby red mullet served with eggplants,crispy bread and tarator are a sample of main courses featured in the elegant dining room with fantastic, uninterrupted views of Green Park.
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