It's been 15years and I'm still visiting this restaurant. If your interested in Lebanese cuisine, this has to be the first and final stop.
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We were there in Australia Day and expected it to be crowded. Service was prompt and efficient and food was great. Staff needs to talk to guest more than just say hi and bye This place is larger than Al Assel in Lakemba and we will go there again
Food was delicious. service was good. Staff were ok they just need to be more talkative with the customers. We will dine there again.
Food is average but very expensive. Staff not so friendly and service is a bit slow, asked for drinks multiple times before it arrived.
I have already heard about this brand-name but never had the chance to eat at the original Al Aseel restaurant in Greenacre untill last week. In fact I was invited by AACCI on Thursday 17 December 2017 to the Chamber's end of the year dinner there. It was really a unique experience although I have already dined in a number... More
Good value for money, Servings are enormous.Food is very authentic fresh and aromatic. Can get very loud , NOT an ideal place if you want to sit eat and talk. Try the meat platters if you are a meat lover.
A fantastic place to try authentic Lebanese flavours... This place would be excellent but it's very big and busy and sometimes you don't get attentive service but the food is incredible
Lots of large groups enjoying themselves. Staff really nice and helpful. Food zesty, fresh and aromatic. Servings enormous. Enjoyed their fresh lemon juice and Lebanese coffee. Good value for money.
As usual Al Aseel can get really busy on weekends. We went for lunch so did not have much problem getting table. Service prompt, food excellent as always at reasonable price. Highly recommended if you want to try traditional middle eastern dishes.
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