My mother and I came across this restaurant on the only rainy evening during this sweltering hot summer. We ducked in when we saw that it was a Lebanese restaurant and watched the food being prepared at the counter. This is where we chose to sit. After a warm welcome we perused the extensive menu and settled on Shwarma and Fatoush. The warm flatbreads were crying out for houmous, a quick request and this was at our side in minutes. Beautifully creamy and topped with lamb, this was the perfect accompaniment to our meal. We were defeated by the large portion, or maybe our eyes were to big for our stomachs. The lovely manager came over with a serving of baklava and a chat. We discovered that he lived and worked in Abu Dhabi at the same time as my parents, in a restaurant they frequented, Such a small world. The lovely atmosphere and the food bought back wonderful memories of fabulous times. We finished our meal with a serving of fresh fruit and a complementary pot of mint tea. We will definitely be visiting again next time we are in London. Highly recommended!
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