First try at Lebanese food with three colleagues. Pleasantly pleased we gave it a go. All the food was cooked nicely with a nice balance of spices used. If you like your food spicy but not hot spiced then Lebanese is worth a try.
The restaurant is clean & basic, some nice little Middle Eastern pictures adorn the walls but it's not overly decorated. At the time of the evening we visited (about 7 pm) it was very quite in fact we were the only one's in there at the time but a few more dinners joined us so can't really comment on the atmosphere but I imagine it would be quite good on a busy evening as it's quite compact (about 30 covers).
I can only really comment on my own food so here goes. I had chicken livers to start cooked in garlic, lemon & olive oil. Now I know liver's not to everyone's taste but I was reasonably pleased. It was well cooked as in not over cooked & rubbery & the portion was quite large. Suffice to say I ate nearly all of it anyway. For the main I enjoyed a Sea Bream lightly fried with pilau rice & side salad. It also came with a side sauce for dipping (olive oil & garlic based). The fish was served whole. It was very nice having not eaten Sea Bream before but a fish lover I was quite pleased with my selection. I also tried a bottle of Lebanese lager which wasn't bad either. Total cost for myself was £16.50 so really reasonable.
Definitely worth a visit if you're looking for something a bit out of the ordinary & not expensive. Oh & they don't charge the rip off 10% service charge that lots of restaurants in Brighton like to do.
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