10 Lebanese Restaurants in Oxford

Tuck into the very finest Lebanese food at Oxford restaurants

Thanks to relatively large Lebanese population, several Oxford restaurants in the famous university city are serving authentic cuisine from Lebanon and the wider region. Many of these eateries are family-run businesses that want to create a dining experience similar to those enjoyed in Lebanon. So whether you’re visiting the many historic attractions in the city, you’re a financially challenged student or a lifelong inhabitant, there’s lots of fine food to try at Lebanese restaurants in Oxford.

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Al Shami

Jericho
Lebanese££££
Al Shami

Mezze House Lebanese

Adingdon
Lebanese££££
Mezze House Lebanese

Meejana - Weybridge

Weybridge
Lebanese££££
5.0/6233
Meejana - Weybridge
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Orjowan

Earls Court
Lebanese££££
5.2/6176
Orjowan

Meza - Tooting Broadway

Tooting
Lebanese££££
5.0/693
Meza - Tooting Broadway

My Cottage Cafe

Finsbury Park
Lebanese££££
5.2/6102
My Cottage Cafe

Yamal Alsham

Chelsea
Lebanese££££
5.1/653
Yamal Alsham

Al Sultan

Mayfair
Lebanese££££
4.8/632
Al Sultan

Syriana

City Centre
Lebanese
5.5/615
Syriana

Meejana - Kensington

Kensington
Lebanese££££
4.9/637
Meejana - Kensington
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    Expand your gastronomic horizons at Lebanese restaurants in Oxford

    Lebanese cuisine may not be the most popular in the UK (we all know which one that is), but more and more people are discovering just how wonderful it is. You can explore everything this cuisine has to offer by trying classic dishes at Lebanese restaurants all over Oxford. Look out for kibbeh, which is a combination of sauteed pine nuts and spiced minced meat. If you’re a fan of kebabs, try the kafta. For a different type of salad, order fattoush, which is a dish of salad leaves, various vegetables and fried bread. And no visit to Lebanese restaurants in Oxford is complete unless someone orders tabbouleh — a vegetarian dish made with tomatoes, parsley, mint, onion and either bulgur or couscous. Make sure you round off a great meal with kanafeh, which is a type of sugary cheese pastry.
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    Celebrate in style at Lebanese restaurants in Oxford

    Whether you’re planning a birthday celebration or a romantic wedding anniversary, there are Lebanese restaurants in Oxford that are geared towards making your party a roaring success. Book a secluded table for two at Al-Shami Restaurant on Walton Crescent if you have a romantic celebration in mind. For a real party atmosphere where the wine flows like water, check out Le Kesh on Cowley Road. And for a family event that includes small children, there’s no better place than Mezzeh House Lebanese Restaurant, which is quiet yet large enough for group bookings. Wherever you end up, you and your guests are in for a fantastic celebration at Lebanese restaurants in Oxford.
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    There are several great Lebanese restaurants in Oxford to choose from, so you’ll need to do your homework before choosing which one to visit. Save yourself a huge amount of time and effort by comparing local eateries with Quandoo. And once you’ve decided where your next great dining experience is going to be, you can reserve your table through the app with a touch of a button.