• Gemmayze Street

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Middle Eastern

Serves meat, vegan options available. Lebanese restaurant offering family style shared dishes with labeled vegan options including falafel, fattouch, tabbouleh, and pita. Staff is knowledgeable about veganism. Open Tue-Sat 6:00pm-11:00pm. Closed Sun - Mon.

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4 Reviews

First Review by citizenInsane


Points +24

26 Jun 2021

It was ok

Most vegan dishes can be found in markets and taste similar, not overly impressed by its variety

Updated from previous review on 2021-06-26



Points +1328

19 Oct 2019

Twist on simplicity

Loved the vegan tapa-type dishes. Had the hummus, falafel and the tabouli plates.

The tabouli especially was quite something! They added in lentils. The falafel was also different and really good and the hummus was ever so creamy...truly authentic Middle Eastern.

Fun location too with a good view of the Sky tower.

We went on a Friday around 7:30 without a reservation but maybe we were lucky.

Pros: Tabouli with lentils, Unique falafel, mmmm hummus


Points +167

16 Jul 2019

Great Restaurant

Went out for dinner with my family and had a great night. There were plenty of vegan options for me and they were all delicious! The atmosphere was really cool as we were outside but inside at the same time. Also there was a really nice view of the city from where I was seated.

Pros: Delicious food, Small portions (mezze), Lots of vege options


Points +1375

19 Oct 2018

Fab dinner

Had a dinner with friends, and we tried and shared all the vegan mezze dishes - amazingly smooth and tasty hummus (probably the best I ever had!), creamy and smokey baba-ganoush, juicy and super flavorful tabbouleh (the real one, almost all thinly chopped parsley, with bulghour, lemon juice and olive oil), and tasty-crunchy fattouch salad. Yum yum yum!

The place is really lovely, in St Kevin's arcade and with old family photos. The drinks selection is very nice too (grapefruit spritz!), and the pricing is more than OK: if you share 3 mezzes between 2 people, it's $15 per person, really not bad for such a lovely dinner.

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