25 Church Street
#01-03 Capital Square 3
Singapore 049482

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12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

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While all of my colleagues ordered taouks and kebabs, I decided to go for something a little different. Turns out that middle eastern restaurants can do burgers and fries just as well, if not better, than your typical Western restaurant/pub.

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First impression was definitely not what I had expected. It was way bigger, and the coconut cake was dense and not the usual moist kind of cake. Overall not bad but can be quite jelak after a few bites. Wished they had given a bigger scoop of the ice-cream to provide as the additional cream and sweetness.

The Hot Mezzeh Platter was an assortment of savory "snacks" which were good as appetizers and for sharing. As I liked falafel, the ones at Kazbar were crispy, light and done right.

Moving on to the star of the evening was definitely the Mixed Grill Platter that without a doubt was filled with the best kebabs I've had so far. The platter was great for sharing and tasting of a variety as it came with 6 different meat styles comprising of chicken and lamb. Each meat skewer was made up of big, chunky, tasty pieces with delicious juices oozing out. What stood out for me were the lamb chops. They were marinated and grilled to succulent perfection with a smoky flavour. No condiments or sauce required. Just pure meaty goodness.😋👍

My favourite part of any mezze is always the dips & bread. This humble looking platter was nothing short of an amazing opening to the world of flavours and textures that middle eastern dishes have to offer. To name a few - the Hummus was thick, creamy, smooth and  and tasted as good as it looked. If you like eggplant, there's the classic Babaghanoush which was chargrilled mixed with tomato, capsicum, onion and garlic; and Moutabel which had smoky flavours of the nutty tahini, garlic and lemon. And not forgetting the Tabouleh to refresh the palate that was made with tonnes of parsley, lemon juice, tomatoes and onions. Accompanying was a basket of lebanese bread to scoop and enjoy these delicious dips. A feast for the eyes and definitely the taste buds and stomach. 😍😋

Lunch Set 2.5/5

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Lebanese cuisine always takes flavours up a notch, and kazbar remains one of my favourite places to unwind - with the must haves of Tabouleh, Hummus, Babaganoush (egg plant mash with tahini), crispy Falafel and their mixed grill platter. The most memorable got to be their lamb ribs and lamb kebab. Grilled to perfection 💫