Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 23:00
Fri - Sat: 11:00 - 00:00
Sun: 11:00 - 23:00
Beirut Grill is committed to offering most authentic Lebanese food, and the key ingredients use in cooking including herbs and spices are brought in from finest shops in Beirut.
Eating at Beirut Grill is enlightening — it opened doors to a world of flavourful Lebanese cuisine that is beyond the usual hummus and falafel we know of. Located on bustling Bussorah Street, Beirut Grill offers classic halal Middle Eastern dishes such as hummus, stuffed pastries and grilled meats along desserts like baklava and ohm ali (cream pudding).
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Here's what we tried:
Beirut Mezza Platter
Hummus (Chickpea puree with sesame paste topped with extra virgin olive oil)Moutabal (Aubergine puree topped with extra virgin olive oil) Baba Ghanoush (Char-grilled eggplant with mixed capsicum topped with olive oil) Falafel (Deep-fried fava beans croquettes served with tahina sauce) Cheese Borek (Deep-fried Lebanese pastry filled with Feta cheese) Home-made Pita Bread Mixed Grilled Kebab Platter
Shish Taouk (Chicken cubes marinated overnight with Lebanese herbs & spices)
Lamb Kebab Kofta (Char-grilled minced lamb with Arabic herbs & spices)
Tikka Kebab (Char-grilled beef cubes marinated in chef’s special spices)
Beirut Lamb Chops (Chef’s special dish, marinated in Arabic herbs & spices, succulent & tender, char-grilled to perfection)
Samak Meshwi (Grilled fish cubes marinated in Arabic herbs and spices served with grilled vegetables and Vermicelli rice)
Mousakaa (Char-grilled eggplant cooked with chickpeas & onions, stewed with tomato sauce served with Vermicelli Rice)
Baklava (Dessert made of Crispy filo pastry filled with crashed nuts tipped with honey and rose water)
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Beirut Grill is a Lebanese restaurant located in the most visited place in Singapore – ‘The Kampong Glam of Singapore,’ situated in the urban planning areas of Kallang and Rochor best known for fabrics and carpet shop houses, arts and galleries kiosks, Malay coffee shops and Middle Eastern restaurants. They are the only restaurant in the most colorful and buzzing Arab Street area that serves authentic fine Lebanese and Middle Eastern Cuisine. With its lovely and cozy ambiance, you will feel the quixotic Arabian atmosphere along with the friendly service of their staff.
Head over to https://sgfoodiary.wordpress.com/2015/08/16/beirut-grill-middle-eastern-belly-dance-cosy/ for the whole review.
We went for dinner with friends on a Tuesday night (July 21st 2015) and despite it being a weekday night when the restaurant was not busy at all the service was quite lacking. A number of food items we ordered mezze platter and Foul were average, portion size of dishes small and meat kebab platter and Vegetarian Moussaka were quite poor.
What is appalling is that we brought poor quality of Moussaka to the attention of our waitress and restaurant manager and asked it to be taken back. They gladly took it back with no apologies and didn't even remove the dish from our bill.
We are never going back to this place - plenty other places in Arab Street to try.
It was the usual Saturday evening meetup with The Beau, and we decided to go for something exotic and different this evening - Middle Eastern / Lebanese cuisine. After browsing through the rows of restaurants along Arab Street / Haji Lane, we decided on Beurut Grill located at Bussorah Street.
This charming two-storey restaurant boosts of an enchanting setting upstairs, which was where we were seated. It was named "Magic Carpet Lounge" and was complete with drapes and mirrors to give the place a rather romantic appeal. If I ever had any doubts on the phrase "dark sultry Arabian nights", tonight my doubts were cleared.
For food, we shared the Mixed Grilled Kebab (SGD$36.00), consisting of lamb chops, lamb kebab kofta, tikka kebab, shish taouk served with grilled vegetables and Oriental Arabic rice. Needless to say, the meat were all grilled to a delicious, nearly-crispy state, so that in their tenderness or chewiness, there was that lovely, consistent smokey hint giving the assorted meat an extra enhancer. The rice was a flavors burst with the fragrance of herbs / spices.
Time to wolf down an exotic dessert now. We chose the Oum Ali (SGD$12.00) to share - fresh cream pudding with yellow raisins, nuts, coconut and crispy flakes served with honey and pistachio. It was a hot dessert, The texture was noticeably smooth and the taste was a lovely, sweet creaminess with lots of crunch in between bites.
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