Monday, November 30, 2009
About Almadina - Lebanese Restaurant - Sydney
Al-Madina Lebanese Cuisine, is a family owned restaurant, opened on Friday 15th September 2006 by the Mayor of Baulkham Hills, Sonya Phillips.
The Moussa family have had a long history in the hospitality industry in Sydney, dating back to 1976 with the opening of their first restaurant in George Street in the City, called ‘Aladdin’. After great success, Gary Moussa and his family went on to open numerous coffee lounges across the suburbs, including Castle Hill.
In the short period that Al-Madina has been open, it has already established a name for itself within the community as a popular eating and meeting venue. This family business has developed a reputation of producing some of the finest Lebanese cuisine with traditional and authentic flavours as well as warm, friendly and efficient staff, who welcome you and provide you with great customer service. Every Friday and Saturday night a belly dancer entertains the guests and adds to the atmosphere by offering a modern touch to this traditional restaurant.
Shop U6, 3-9 Terminus St
Castle Hill NSW 2154
Phone (02) 9894 2008
(Lunch) Wed-Fri 12 noon-3pm
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