Sunday, November 29, 2009
About Fakhreldine - Lebanese Restaurant - London
This very well established Lebanese restaurant with its contemporary look offers the finest dining experience in Lebanese cuisine. Popular with Arab royalty, it has a loyal following that are bound to love its new, updated look. Relaxed and courteous service, it also has a lively atmosphere and 'Dar' area amid the restaurant and the bar - the perfect in-between to have light nibbles and drinks. Fakhreldine head chef Youssef Harb has taken it upon himself to revive Lebanese home cooking and elevate them to new heights. These slow cooked dishes are beautifully cooked using sun kissed Levantine ingredients, but until now have never been served in restaurants. Definitely worth a visit. What's cooking? Five-spice lamb and bukhari rice; baby aubergines with minced lamb pine nuts topped with yoghurt and crispy bread (vegetarian option available). This is just a sample of some of the main courses featured in the elegant dining room with fantastic, uninterrupted views of Green Park.
85 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7NE
Telephone: 020 7493 3424
Average Price: £35 - 44
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