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lebanos overview

#1400 of 1440 Things To Do in New Delhi
lebanos
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11 reviews
address
HS-13, 1st Floor, Kailash Colony Market ,Near Akara Health & Fitness ,Kailash Colony
contact
+91-9999100814 +91-9650809576
price
onwards 2000.0 for two
cuisine
arabian/lebanese
facilities
Air Conditioned
Serves Alcohol

about lebanos

A cute neighbourhood joint Suddenly there is quite a bit of activity in the Lebanese and Middle Eastern space. Atmospherics:Up a rather steep flight of stairs in the homely, neighbourhood Kailash Colony market is Lebanos. It is a young people’s hang-out: the loud music sets the tone for the little restaurant with an informal vibe. There’s a little terrace that is partially open to the elements where you can enjoy a hookah, and the interiors with the decidedly Middle Eastern feel has cozy seating. Table talk: Where Lebanos shines is in its fun burgers, grills and main courses. Taking off from pita pockets into which falafel, mayo, salad, pickles and fries go, Lebanos burgers feature almost the same components, but in a burger bun rather than a pita bread (though there’s that too). The Kebab-e-Barg Burger (Rs 350) had caramelized onions, slivers of lamb and garlic aioli. With the fries, it makes a light meal or a hearty snack. Adana Kebab (Rs 475) with a plethora of flavours in the finely minced meat makes a good appetizer. Served in a tumbler, and skewered on cocktail sticks, this famous kebab from Turkey is a great addition to your meal. Even better is the Marrakech Mrouzia. Freshly cooked, fluffy couscous, chunks of meltingly tender lamb with a slight sweetness of dates and almonds is as close as you’ll get to Morocco in Delhi. The vegetarian version is even better. Roasted root vegetables with couscous, dates and olive (Rs 475) is served with a preserved lemon just the way it would in a riad in Morocco. Do not miss the desserts. Though the Kunafa is the best (all are priced at Rs 150), it is filling; the home-made Cinnamon Ice-cream (Rs 100) is perfect for this weather. Plus and minus: Some of the cocktails have been put together by a master craftsman. Do not miss the vodka with cranberry juice and smoked black cardamom seeds. Not only is it unusual, it is a remarkable sophisticated drink for a homely neighbourhood joint like Lebanos. On the minus side, the cold mezze is not the star of the show. The Muhammara (Rs 225) was far too spicy without the trademark flavour of red bell pepper and crushed walnut and the hummus (Rs 199) lacked the smoothness of Tahini. Must try: Chicken Tagine with Pickled Lemon and Olives; Chelo Kebab; Egyptian Basbousa (dessert) Critic reviews are anonymous and all bills are paid by TimesCity.

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Timescity
Timescity
Aug 26 2014
A friend and i discovered it while looking for an older joint - we began frequenting it for our day time beer/ smoke break ....right next to our work place excellent service peaceful and has a nice smoking section ...we had checked out with our bee ...... read more
Timescity
Timescity
Aug 26 2014
its really good ... nice for couples and the service is nice
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