We popped in on a Friday evening after a little walk through the shops on Rundle Street. Not knowing what to expect we were surprised with both the quality of the food and service we recieved.
Having decided to select a table full of Mezze dishes to share between the two of us instead of ordering mains the host was very good at helping us choose when we got stuck. And what a good choice we made. In all we had 6 Mezze dishes as well as dips and breads and well we were stuffed by the end of it all. Great pastries, stuffed vine leaves and flavoured chicken wings all well cooked and with an array of flavours.
Every dish was great and even though they currently don't have a liqour license the recommended traditional soft drinks were tasty.
Even though it felt like we had eaten our way through Lebanon we still had room for a traditional coffee and a selection of desserts which not knowing my Labanese culture would say were more Turkish until closer inspection of the sign realised the restaurant is also Mediterranean.
Good for all parties and prizes range from affordable to mid range. The idea of sharing Mezze certainly worked well.
Impecable service through out, helpful and not pressured I would certainly recommend if you want to try something a little different try Al Amir
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