Open for lunch and dinner, Beiyrut is sure to quickly become a family favourite. Amazing baba Ghanoush and hummous. John's Jesuit combined with various religious institutions have also been included in fundraisers. . The bakery quickly became famous for its pita bread, grape leaves, kibbie, and other homemade ethnic foods. Share an assortment of appetizers, such as Fatoosh, Grape Leaves, Raw Kibbi, Hommos, Aryese and Tabbouli.
Situated along Wanneroo Road, Beiyrut Restaurant is an ideal venue for large group celebrations or to bring the whole family. Everything we ate was awesome. Paul, Minnesota, Beirut Lebanese Restaurant serves a variety of Lebanese cuisine. Would you like some pita bread? And the pita is perfectly grilled. Choose from entrées like the shish takoo'k or the Lebanese shawarma.
The Beirut Restaurant was born at 4350 Monroe Street. The restaurant prides itself on providing an authentic Lebanese dining experience from the customer service to the carefully prepared meals. Traditional dishes, prepared to satisfie those with the most discerning tastes will surely confirm that: There is no greater love than the love of food. Preserving Lebanese heritage and authenticity to guarantee a true Lebanese culinary experience! Each restaurant will offer a menu of Lebanese and Mediterranean prepared dishes that include: A variety of Appetizers, salads, soups, Sandwiches, vegetarian items, grilled meats and poultry and combination plates without forgetting our traditional delicious sweets. Specialising in Lebanese cuisine, this family-friendly restaurant uses a plethora of exotic fresh herbs and spices to create signature Middle Eastern cuisine. The wide range of Meze plates on offer take centre stage, but the mains and barbecue options are filled with interesting and inviting flavour combinations leaving your tastebuds singing.
I don't wanna hear about taking stars away for paper plates, or because the service is too friendly. Due to popular demand for this unique and exotic menu, the original restaurant of 86 guests relocated to 4082 Monroe Street, its current location seating over 200 guests. The Beirut participates in various fundraisers including, The American Heart Association, The Ronald McDonald House, Mobile Meals, Ability Center, Juvenile Diabetes, Kidney Foundation, Muscular Sclerosis, ProMedica and Zoo to Do. I always give the tomatoes to my boyfriend, though. Middle Eastern Pickles Pickled selection and green olives 4. Great prices, great food, even better owner. Or try an entrée like Shish Kafta choice leg of lamb mixed with parseley, onions, and special spices , Beirut Best sautéed filet tips with fresh garlic and lemon juice served over Hommos or even homemade pizza! Labib has also chaired and still helps facilitate restaurants for The Red Cross Oscar Night since 2001 with all proceeds helping Red Cross.
The food at The Beirut is made from scratch with authentic ingredients. The HajNasr family treats everyone like they are part of their family. For vegetarians, try one of the veggie combos or the falafel platter for dinner. The eggplant and lentil mujadara make this place an automatic 5-star. Atmosphere The Beirut is a friendly gathering spot — energetic, a little loud, and eclectic in décor. The tatziki sauce is light, creamy and has a wonderful tang. We can tailor a function menu to suit your needs so please contact us to discuss your requests info beiyrut.
This place is super authentic. Offering a unique and tasty dining experience, with food made fresh daily and served in friendly atmosphere by friendly staff. Falafel plate is executed perfectly. Served with fries or rice. The Beirut, Byblos and Poco Piatti are featured participants at this annual food and wine event, with all proceeds to benefit area organizations and food banks. If you become a regular like me , he's always asking after people that he's seen you with.
In 2006, The Kitchen at the Beirut opened, a deli-style atmosphere serving lunch and carry-out service. I've only had the beef schwarma not going to lie, I only tried it because of watching The Avengers , and hummus, but they're so good. Nor is it unusual to encounter the occasional celebrity. Beirut Lebanese Restaurant has a full bar which features a wide wine selection by the glass and by the bottle. Beirut is run by, probably, the nicest man in Troy. The family has remained loyal to server consistent homemade food for close to 40 years. In the fall of 2002, Labib opened the original on Monroe Street.
Byblos is owned and operated with Labib and his partner Riad, his brothers Maher and Ziad, and cousin Sami Sayegh. Lebanese music is always playing, and the place is full of Lebanese decor. Menu is not extensive, but it all looks great. The owner is soooo nice. The concept started in 1974 when Labib and his cousin opened the Beirut Bakery. The simplistic brilliance of their menu along with personable hosts, far outweigh ceramic plates delivered by script-reading robots in other establishments. To give them anything less than 5-stars makes you an unappreciative family member, and you should be ashamed of yourself! Community The Beirut received the Best Ethnic restaurant in Ohio Award 2012 Labib Hajjar is a recipient of the Jefferson Award 2009, Lifetime Achievement Award Ohio Restaurant Association 2007, Silver Hope Award and Diversity Award National Restaurant Association 2008.
He runs around the restaurant making sure you are having a great experience. The lettuce is never mushy and the pickles go perfectly with it. Start out your dinner at Beirut Lebanese Restaurant with an appetizer to share such as the falafel or the baba ghanouj. Keeping with the traditional Lebanese experience offered at all Burj Al Hamam branches, this new, fresh rendition of Fawzi offers the typical Lebanese culinary experience loved by many, only adjusted to fit the new location. The Beirut offers a large carry out service as well as a growing catering business.