First off, the architectual and interior design of this restaurant is outstanding! It is unlike any other restaurant I have visited in London with its stone carved walls built to replicate an authentic lebanese villiage which has a unique, rustic feel. However to have a full appreciation of the design, you need to be seated in the downstairs section of the restaurant which they sometimes keep closed. The starters and salads are always freshly made and great tasting. Although I've eaten here a few times and the food has mostly been great, I should mention that the last time I visited the chicken was slightly over cooked. They had also, at that time, removed the shawarma from the menu which is a shame because it was delicious. The restaurant can be too quiet at times depending on what day and time you go. I would say that if the restaurant can return to the high level of quality and service it started at, it could be one of the top lebanese restaurants in london. The decor alone is certainly worth a visit!
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