Dhanesh Dj-Dhash •
18 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower
After spending a few months in Dubai last year, all I craved for when I got back was some really good, authentic tasting Middle Eastern food. And whilst Beirut Grill is primarily a Lebanese restaurant, they have a good amalgamation of some of the dishes I loved in Dubai (Dubai's eateries served a good mix of Lebanese, Moroccan, Arabic, etc dishes as well). The food at Beirut Grill was done pretty well in terms of taste and authenticity, that I was hooked, and became a huge fan!
I love their mixed grill platter, which is a must try, especially if you want to satisfy your cravings of flavoured kebabs and meats cooked in diferent styles. Another dish I really loved and is a standard requirement everytime I visit is the "labneh" - a creamy mixture of cream cheese and yoghurt to be had with pita bread, similar to how hummus is consumed. On that note, I have tried hummus dishes across Singapore and theirs still ranks as the top. Their pita bread is served warm, fluffy and is not too brittle.
I seem to order my favourites, but am definitely going back there to try a whole lot of other Lebanese dishes on offer, including their shawarma, kebabs and vegetarian options.
Another noteworthy attraction is their flavoured tea drinks, reminiscent of the middle east, as well as the sheesha on offer. The orange mint flavour is my favourite, as well as the paan flavoured sheesha which makes the experience more enjoyable and authentic.
Definitely gets my vote for Lebanese / Middle Eastern food!