14 Bussorah Street
Singapore 199435

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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The mezza platter comes with an Arabic salad, and a freshly made flatbread for dipping into the hummus (chickpeas, tahini), babaganoush (charcoal grilled eggplant with peppers, pomegranate sauce), labneh (Lebanese hung yogurt) and moussaka (cubed eggplant, chickpeas, tomato, green pepper and others). The flatbread was so-so. Liked the moussaka best! The cubed eggplants/tomatoes etc was pretty flavourful and tender. I haven’t had labneh before, but I found the stringy texture interesting. My friend liked the babaganoush a lot, and kept dipping her flatbread into it :) Hummus was pretty decent too!

The chicken kofta is marinated minced chicken that is charcoal grilled. It was juicy, and we all liked it. The rice served with it is nice and fluffy, and I didn’t find it dry even though there was no sauce.

Overall, I liked that the food was not too heavy on the palette, but still tasty. Portions are large, 3 of us shared these 2 dishes. Service is great too! They were very friendly :) Would make a return visit - they’re on both Beyond and Eatigo, so it’s even more affordable after 50% off.

Saw this on burpple beyond and decided to give it a try. Can’t remember the names for the dishes that we ordered but all of them came with huge portions (be very hungry!) and tasted awesome! It was one of the best meal we had in the past two months not forget to mention their hospitality that made us feel so welcome. Top notch service and food! Go for it!

If you're at Haji Lane, hit up this casual eatery for a feast of authentic Lebanese cuisine! Known for their koftas and mashwi, try their Kofta Lamb ($19.50) grilled to crisp perfection and served with parsley, onion, tomato, sumak and hummus, or Dajaj Mashwi ($33.90); charcoal-grilled baby spring chicken served with garlic sauce, pickles and fries. If you're spoilt for choice, Burppler Thechoyalicious recommends their signature Lamb Chops ($32.90) — "so well seasoned and chargrilled that there is zero game and the meat breaks away".
Photo by Burppler Thechoyalicious :)

Roasted lamb marinated with saffron and Arabic spices.
I am not a fan of lamb but I find the lamb here tender, juicy and almost without any gamey taste :)
50% with eatigo app! Otherwise prices are too high.

Feasting here at friday evening has a different tone to it, the chimes from the mosque nearby amidst a golden sunset glow, together with grill platter of meats and rounds of beers. The grilled lamb kofta is my favourite - crisp with its flavours brought out, together with the fragrant minced chicken sausage. The grilled chicken chunks was on the drier side. We loved the grilled haloumi, hummus, falefel

This feast is on the pricier end (~$75). Enjoyed this middle eastern cuisine and will love to find slightly cheaper alternatives too

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The fact that they serve very authentic labanese food yet the flavours are simple enough for our tastebuds to explore and distinguish. Their lamb chops are so well seasoned and chargrilled that there is zero game and the meat breaks away. Labanese cuisine is also known for their kofta and mashwi which a mixed platter would be ideal to try them all. Whereas Mezza Platter ($31.50) allows you to try their appetising dips such as grilled eggplant with herbs and chickpea which is surprisingly good. To think all the flavours of the dishes complemented well and dont clash, i give it to the chef. And no labanese meal is complete without Laban Aryan drinks made from fresh yogurt and recommended to have fruity flavoured ones for beginners ($8.90). We prefer their Strawberry Ayran. An idea for your sundate or gatherings along 14 Bussorah Street.

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