Harden's survey result
The “consistently tasty food” at these bright and quirky Levantine cafés makes them ideal for a “quick lunch”, or “breakfast when you want something more than the usual full English”. There are “plenty of options for veggies”, although service can be “a little sloppy and chaotic”.
As a “decent enough pit stop” (or “a great introduction to Lebanese food”) these brightly decorated venues are well-located, “not bad for the price” and “a solid option for a quick bite”. Expect “reliable Middle Eastern food” combined with a “nice level of hustle & bustle”.
“Choose the right dish and you can have a good meal” at this Lebanese chain, which “makes you feel welcome as you arrive, and plies you with free baklava as you leave”. Brightly decorated, perhaps they “don’t seem entirely authentic”, but they’re solid standbys.
“Delicious mezze” top the bill at this “cheap, fast and tasty” Lebanese chain with “bright and quirky interiors”. There is a school of thought though, which feels the food is “OK, but that’s all”.
|Wine per bottle||£19.95|