Friday 24th of April 2015 – 8pm
From the fertile lands of the Beqaa valley to the turquoise waters of Byblos; seated at the crossroads of the Mediterranean Basin, and beneath the snowy Cedars of Mount Lebanon. The Lebanese gather to share and enjoy their world famous cuisine. It is a fusion 7000 years of religious and cultural diversity. Roman, Phoenician, Ottoman and French influences to name but a few. To the Lebanese, food is family, food is love, and food is community. Open your heart and come join us for a Taste of Lebanon.
Aperitif – Arak Madu ‘the poor man’s margarita’
Meze – Tabbouleh, hummus, hindbeh bi zeit, lebneh with zaatar, lemon olives and pickles; served with Lebanese flatbread
Main – Lamb kafta kabob, bemieh (spicy okra stew), fresh herb salad
Main (Vegetarian option) – Broad bean falafel, bemieh, fresh herb salad
Dessert – Muhallabieh (Lebanese milk pudding), pistachio crumb, strawberry
After – Fresh mint tea and house made backlawa