Best Lebanese Restaurants London


We have finally wised-up to how amazing the food of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East can be. This is in part  thanks to the tireless work from Yotam and the team who make Ottolenghi so wonderful.
Lots of the food in London is rooted in Lebanese style meze. Vibrant fresh salads, simple grilled meats, juicy olives, fresh fish and an array of fabulous dips. This is clever eating and we are loving it!
London is no stranger to this awesome cuisine and there is now a great choice to grab something to go or have a full-on sit down dinner. We checked out the best Lebanese restaurants London has to offer.
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What to See


The highly impressive restaurant from team Ottolenghi, fuses Middle-Eastern and SE Asia food. The results are epic and the use of unusual flavours and fresh ingredients is incredible.

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honey and coHoney and Co.

This beautiful little restaurant has so much character. The menu changes on a regular basis but you can be sure of vibrant fresh food every time. The shared meze is killer and their hearty mains are always a treat.

For more information visit honeyandco.

comptoireComptoir Libanais

Lively, design-led restaurants serving up fresh Middle Eastern cuisine. The Menu covers everything from chicken Taouk Wraps to lamb kofta tagines.

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abu zaadAbu Zaad

Not so much Lebanese, but more Syrian, this superb restaurant in the heart of Shepherds Bush serving awesome grilled meats, fabulous stews and delicious hummus for years.

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yalla yallaYalla Yalla

This fantastic Lebanese street food café has been making lunchtimes way more fun for years. They do a cracking meze selection and a really lovely lamb kebab to eat in or take out.

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maroushMaroush Express

Maroush is one of the pioneers of Lebanese food in London. Maroush Express on Edgware road offers hungry diners incredible mixed grills and wonderful meze dishes.

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