There is nothing better than a few kebabs, tabouli, hummus and Lebanese bread. An authentic Lebanese restaurant can be really hard to find, but from first hand experience, Sydney's West can offer a lot.
I recently became a big fan of lebanese food - all because of Al aseel in Greenacre. The place really stands out from its surroundings and the decor is really authentic. But the food is just unbelievable! My favourite is the platter of chicken, beef and kofta with sides of hommus and babaganoush dip, falafel and tabouli. Great feed!
Sorry guys I would have to say Sahra in Brighton le sands. I was there for out company's Christmas party we all here can't stop talking about it. What a banquet full of little and big tasties yummmmmyyy
Cleveland St and surrounds on the border between Surry Hills and Redfern has long been my favourite place to go for Lebanese food (especially as something to eat before going to Belvoir Theatre.
You have several choices, including takeaway options. But our favourite is Habibi with their cushion room and the fact that their ceiling is decorated to make it look like you are in a tent. Great food and atmosphere.