In 1881,Mahmoud Al Hallab started specializing in Lebanese sweets from a small city called Tripoli in Lebanon.Since then the recipes were passed on from generation to generations.After many years in the year 1987,Ghassan Al Hallab introduced Lebanese cuisine to the market.
That was a turning point which led to the formation of Al Hallab group of Restaurants.They have been committed to carry on the heritage of fresh authentic Lebanese cuisine to the guests.
Lebanese gastronomy as the name suggests is a rich mixture of various ingredients from different regions of lebanon.
We can understand the quality of food by just seeing the crowd during weekends.
They have two floors of dining area and I prefer the top floor as it is more cozy and family oriented.
I went on a weekday and the crowd was much less then.
Hommus just perfect and quite tasty too.
Hommus with meat and pine nuts one of the dish mostly I order and it came with generous amount of meat too.
Kabab platter – The meat was cooked to perfection and with right amount of spices too.
Full mixed grill🍢🍗🍖-It had few pieces of chicken kababs,meat kababs,arayes,lamb chops etc.
Boneless grilled chicken-I usually prefer grilled chicken with bone but here there was an option of boneless chicken so I tried it out.It was also perfectly cooked.
They brought pickled zucchini and green salad along with it.Garlic paste was also brought with Arabic bread.(The bread was soft and fresh)
The staffs were friendly and cooperative which was another plus.The restaurant also had free wifi😜😜
The ground floor mainly focuses on takeaways and sweets.