6 April 2015

NE Review | Saturday lunch @Lebaneat, Durham

Now this may not be your cup of tea but if you are looking for something new to try or you have travelled to the Middle East you may find it hard to track down some traditional cuisine in the Durham area. 

Today I went to Lebaneat with my girlie pals for a birthday lunch for Ms D. I hadn't been here before but I had heard good reviews. 

My first taste of Lebanese food was on my first visit to Dubai in 2013 when my bestie Miss B and her partner Mr C took me to a lovely restaurant Al Hallab (within Dubai Mall). I am sure Mr C ordered nearly one of everything off the menu (all his favourites from home) but it was all really nice so I knew I was going to find something I would enjoy at Lebaneat.

There was a lunch menu available but I decided to order from the regular menu. I started with the Lentil Soup which was really tasty and it inspires me to make some homemade next week.


For my main course I ordered the Shish Taouk Wrap but instead of chips I asked for a side salad. It was a hard choice between Tabbouleh and Fattoush which are both yummy traditional salads but on this occasion I went with fattoush and I wasn't disappointed it was really good. Having mint in salad really does make it refreshing.



I really enjoyed the food and I will definitely be going back soon but my only disappointment was that my favourite middle east drink was missing from the menu - Lemon & Mint fresh juice. 

Note - You may get slightly confused when it comes to finding this restaurant as it is still labeled in parts as the previous Italian called San Marco (it's on the road just after the cathedral in Durham City). Just prepare yourself that it is a small location so I would encourage you to book ahead.

Let me know if you go...

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