Monday, November 30, 2009

Al Waha Restaurant

About Al Waha - Lebanese Restaurant - London

Al Waha means "oasis," and at the award-winning Al Waha restaurant, you'll dine on our carefully prepared Middle Eastern specialties, all in a peaceful, relaxed, yet elegant environment. (We are the same Al Waha you remember from the Piccadilly area -- we've just left the hustle and bustle of the West End, and now call the more tranquil Notting Hill area home.)

We prepare the best Lebanese food, and we do so by using fresh products daily, employing traditional techniques in preparing our dishes.

Start with our renowned mezze (starters/appetizers) -- including our specially prepared olives imported from around the world, our "light as air" falafel, savory sambousek, the freshest salads, and our famous hummus, which has been described by various food writers as "a revelation, undeniably rich...silky...and impossible not to indulge."

You'll enjoy our popular entrees, including delicately marinated and grilled meats, poultry and seafood. Don't forget to end with any one of our popular sweets, including hand-made baklawa. And don't miss our selection of premiere Lebanese wines, and traditionally-prepared coffees.

We hope you'll agree with Guardian food critic Matthew Fort, who said:

"Each dish carried an authentic hallmark of proper Middle Eastern cooking - peppy spices, singing herbs, shining flavors, health and happiness in every mouthful...not a stale note, not a sloppy detail in evidence, even in standard items."

75 Westbourne Grove, London, W2 4UL
Telephone: 020 7229 0806

Cuisine: Lebanese
Average Price: £25
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