The food here is very good. We had the Al Saha platter which had salad, hummas, tawook, kabob, kafta, shawarma, boneless chicken, and falafel. The platter will easily feed 3 or 4 people. The salad was fabulous...no big pieces of lettuce to cut up, and it was not overdressed. The falafel was the best we have ever had. The tawook and kabob were juicy and delicious. My only complaint was that the shawarma and boneless chicken were a bit dry. The diners at the next table were splitting the Al Saha seafood mixed grill, which had bass, tilapia and shrimp. It looked fabulous, and I will try that next time. The case at the front of the restaurant had the fish in it waiting to be cooked, and it all looked very fresh. This restaurant is located next to Shatila, which has the best desserts on the planet, so pop over afterward for a treat!
Visited April 2015