The menu offers cold and hot mezzés (shareable starters for those of you not too familiar with Arabic words) and several mains, also shareable, which will blow your mind. In all honesty it’s a well-measured balance of traditional flavours and spices such as sumac, cardamom and pomegranate as well as old favourites including Labneh, hummus and Fattoush salad reimagined with a modern twist. Head chef Joseph Awad certainly has one heck of an imagination when it comes to ways to make delicious, traditional dishes even better.
I had the lamb chops as a main course, and was almost tempted to order a second serving! The artistry here is how these traditional dishes are re-interpreted into a more modern iteration which preserves their magic while adding a small twist. Think of it as a modern Lebanese fusion cuisine. How else would you classify menu items such as Shawarma Tacos or Sumac Fries!!