The top 5 Lebanese restaurants in Mumbai

Lebanese cuisine is a delectable blend of culinary traditions with Mediterranean and Arabic influences.

Lebanese cuisine includes various vegetable dishes, fresh fish and seafood, and animal protein. Mezze, which consists of several tiny plates, is the focal point of a Lebanese meal. While finding Lebanese food across the nation is challenging, many eateries increasingly provide cuisine in Indian cities like Mumbai. Here are the best Lebanese restaurants in the area.

Bay route – Bay route is well-known for its broad menu, which features cuisine from Lebanon, Morocco, Turkey, Greece, and Egypt. The upmarket restaurant’s talented culinary staff sources fresh products from regional markets and Middle Eastern souks. Bay route has several locations throughout the city. The Edamame Hummus, Falafel Shawarma, Classic Hummus, Zaatar Chicken, Grilled Halloumi, Batata Harra, and Pomegranate Molasses from the Bay route are all highly recommended. Also, try their Bay route, Coffee, and Baklava.

Rue Du Liban – Rue Du Liban is a stylish restaurant that serves delicious Levantine cuisine. It is tucked away among the byways of Kala Ghoda. Please place an order for Halawa Fondant, Beetroot Salad, Tabbouleh, Charcoal-grilled Marinated Chicken Wings, Falafel, Turkey Shawarma, and Lebanese Spicy Lamb Sausage. You won’t be dissatisfied.

Sette Mara, The St. Regis Mumbai – A menu featuring dishes from Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon, Persia, and Georgia has been created by Chef Reuben of Sette Mara. The Roasted Corn and Jalapeno Hummus, Muhammara, Falafel Crusted Halibut, Black Quinoa Tabbouleh Salad, Chickpea Maqluba, and Root Vegetable Harra are some of this chic restaurant’s distinctive dishes. Don’t forget to sample their delicious drinks, including the Crystal Truffle Negroni, Luxury Boulevardier, Sette Mara Aromatic Spritz, and Oak Barrel Aged Negroni.

Souk, The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai – This upscale rooftop restaurant provides a bird’s-eye view of the Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India. Visitors to this restaurant can anticipate flawless service and cuisine made with the finest local ingredients. The Feta and Melon Salad, Baked Hummus with Cheese, Labneh with Avocado, Garlic Harissa Dip, Lebanese Pizza, Pink Salmon, Chicken Shawarma, and Rose Petal Ice Cream are some of our favorite picks from Souk’s broad menu. The modern-day nations of Turkey, Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria are included in the Levant.

La Pôz Place – This charming restaurant in Kala Ghoda serves delectable vegetarian fare. Choose from their falafel, which is filled with hummus, tzatziki, Turkish chili paste, and micro greens, their grilled cottage cheese steak with chermoula and toum with couscous tabbouleh, and their Middle Eastern Mezze, which includes feta wrapped in a vine leaf, hummus baba ganoush, garlic toum, muhammara, marinated vegetable crudites, and flatbread flavored with cumin.
This article was drafted by Sai Choudhari and shared with Prittle Prattle News exclusively.
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