To start we shared a platter of five different mezzes, consisting of hummus, moutabal, vine leaves, falafel and fatayer spinach. The presentation of the food was spot on, it looked so appetising and colourful. I loved the hummus and moutabal, it was so smooth and the consistency was what I think hummus should be like.
For my main I ordered the kibbeh sayniyeh, which was oven baked minced lamb, spices and crushed wheat, stuffed with fried minced meat and pine kernels, served with yoghurt and cucumber salad. I didn't know what to expect from the dish and when it was served I was actually surprised, thought it would be in a little bake tray or something. The minced lamb was quite dry and heavy for me, I suppose the yoghurt was there to take away the dry texture but for me it seemed like it was baked too long.
Overall this Lebanese restaurant was good, I loved the hummus and you could tell the food was home made and cooked by people who have been in the business for a very long time. One thing which would need improvement was the service.