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Opening Hours
Mon - Tue
11:00 - 01:00
Wed - Thu
11:00 - 03:00
Fri - Sun
11:00 - 06:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Kebab
Review (28)
Level4 2013-12-16
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Going to Beyrouth was like going home.  I am from a mixed household; British and Cypriot.  My uncle is Lebanese and the food is very similar to the food from Cyprus.  I was so happy - overwhelmed with emotion actually- by the food in Beyrouth.  All the flavours brought back happy memories and I can attest to the authenticity of the food.We ordered a felafel wrap and a lamb shwarma.  We also had a manoche with half zaatar and half cheese.  The wraps were both really flavourful.  The felafel reminded me of my auntie's ones and the yoghurt dressing was perfect against the soft felafel and crisp lettuce.  The lamb was really tender and delicious - well seasoned and spiced.  The manouche (flat bread) was really great.  Actually the bread on each of the dishes was the perfect density, thickness and texture.  Just brilliant.  The cheese had a nice tang to it and the zaatar was the taste bomb it should be.The guys that run the place are really friendly and very helpful, and they will help you choose exactly what you would like.  It is a really good, authentic taste of the Lebanon at a pocket friendly price.  A must go place in Central. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-24
894 views
There was a sizeable Lebanese expat community near Rutgers, which I attended for a ridiculous 7 years. I came to think of Lebanese as really the standard by which other middle eastern foods are to be judged. I always wanted to go here, having heard it was pretty good, and last weekend I got the opportunity.We actually tried to go to Assaf, which is the place next door owned by the same people, serving the same food, but they apparently aren't open Sunday. I had nothing against eating in the cafe though. My wife and I both got the set lunch, which comes with salad, hummus or baba ganoush, a soft drink, and your choice of sandwich.If you're from America, and you're my age (I know, this is a very small demographic) you remember the old PSA, "Don't Drown Your Food": "Don't drown your food/ in mayo, salt, ketchup or goo/ It's no fun to eat what you can't even see/ So don't drown your food!" I go light on the sald dressing, Beyrouth does not. I succeeded in rescuing a few veggies, but most were lost, and most weren't worth saving. Poor, D.Hummus in Hong Kong is usually of very low quality. Any brand you get at the supermarket is pretty bad, and the stuff at restaurants is not what I tend to think of as "restaurant quality" hummus (i.e. amazing, hummus's natural state). The stuff here was good. Nice and smooth, not too oily, maybe a little too much lemon. Not as tasty as the best, but nice. Good, B+Baba Ganoush: cold, soggy, grey eggplant were never my thing. They're unappetizing to look at and unappetizing to eat. Clammy with a disgusting texture. I'm going to give this a pass because I'm too biased to objectively review it.Chicken Taouk Sandwich: You know this group of spices-- cinnamon, nutmeg, mace, cloves, cardamom? I don't really know what ties them together; they're tropical, they're "warm," they go well with desserts. Anyway, I don't know which of them was in the marinade for the taouk, but it was fairly overwhelming. The chicken was grilled nicely-- no problems there. It's just I would not ever order this again. Maybe people are into the strong dessert spices on their chicken kabobs-- I'm not. OK, C-Falafel: speaking of overwhelming flavors, this was the garlickiest falafel I've ever had. I'm a big garlic fan, but I think there might have been more garlic than chickpeas in these patties. They were nice and big, a little bit overly crunchy on the outside, and reasonably moist on the inside, which cannot be said for all falafel. I'd have it again perhaps, if I was in a very garlicky mood, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone else. OK, C+I think the set meal is really too much food. The sandwiches are OK, but nothing I could see myself craving. The menu has a bunch of things and I could see myself coming back. Overall: OK, C+ continue reading
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Level1 2013-11-11
416 views
見在這網站獲頗多好評, 專程去試試. 結果不得不登記成為這兒的會員寫一下食評...是次點了羊肉卷(lamb kebab)及碎肉燒烤卷(minced BBQ kebab); 都配了2種醬混合, 乳酪薄菏(yogurt & mint sauce) + 蒜蓉 (garlic sauce)每份$65. 好貴, 不像前人所說的好大份, 只是普通size, 捲起來的直徑約2”.2款味道都極差. 肉好”鞋”, 好乾, 只食到燒焦味. 羊肉好羶. 感覺像在吃炭. 唔會再幫襯. continue reading
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(Non-member) 2011-10-30
298 views
I got the chicken kebab and hommos here - both were delicious. The pita bread is also excellent, a bit fluffy and slightly crisp at the edges. When I got the hummus at Ebeneezer's it was watery like soup, too salty and garlic drenched. Here, the hommos is so much better and tastes MUCH MUCH more authentic. They put a nice olive oil and seasoning on top (which Ebeneezer's DOES NOT). continue reading
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Level2 2011-02-01
164 views
港島遊ga第二站:羊肉卡巴睇完少年食神就有d心思思想食一去到佢地先啱啱開門(啊姐重掃緊地)諗都唔諗就要左一份$55全程都要同佢講英文,期間佢問我地要咩汁,我地簡左蒜蓉講完我先諗起openrice有人話3隻汁mix重好食不過算啦!蒜蓉都好好食我地兩個女仔食一份都覺得好飽..而且唔知係咪生洋蔥同蒜蓉ga關係愈食愈辣,差d頂唔順不過佢d羊肉好香口,又唔騷,又多咁ga價錢算唔錯 continue reading
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