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Al Qasr is one of the most prestigious Lebanese fine dining restaurants located in the heart of Holland Village. The history of Lebanese & Middle Eastern Cuisine in Singapore dates back to the year 2000 when it was first introduced to Singapore.
This is a great place, authentic lebanese foon. The staff is amazingly freindly and brilliant customer service. The Chef who is also the owner of the place is a lovely person- personlised attention and overwhelming hospitality.
Avoid. Prices are high for average food with frozen Birds Eye vegetables, not fresh vegetables. $12 for a small cup of hummus. $11.00 wine pours are the smallest I've seen. The pictures on the site and menu aren't from this restaurant.
This isn't Middle Eastern or Lebanese food, it's Indian.
* The "baba ganoush" is an Indian eggplant dish--bhurta? * The "flatbread" is puri, not flatbread and not pitas. Though it tastes good, Al Qasr charges $12.00 per basket, so beware. True Lebanese restaurants offer flatbread with the meal. * The tagine was an Indian chicken vegetable recipe, not a real tagine that contains dried fruit and nuts.
I don't mind paying $140 for dinner with authentic, delicious food and quality wine. Al Qasr is not that.
Being of Lebanese blood I have searched high and low for 23yrs for Lebanese food that tastes just as good as my mother made. I found it at Al Qasr, no other Lebanese Restaurant is as good as this one in terms of authenticity, so far I have tried them all.
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