There are plenty of places to eat in the centre of Brighton, and the diversity of cuisine on offer is astounding. Those with a taste for Lebanese cooking will head directly for Al Rouche on Preston Street, where they offer up a huge range of mezzes, shawarma and shish kebabs, vegetarian dishes and house specialities to the Brighton public. Their location on Preston Road is close enough to the seafront to help you recall the Corniche in Beirut, and their menu is filled with authentic Lebanese specialities such as batata bissayniyeh, baked mashed potatoes filled with minced lamb, onions, herbs and pine nuts and ablameh, slices of aubergines with minced lamb served on a bed of rice. Reserve a table for you and your pals at Al Rouche in Brighton city centre and head on over for a superlative Middle Eastern feed.
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I love the food coz it's the flavours I'd grown up with. However, on forgetting to mention I was a Coeliac, I ordered a salmon dish assuming /thinking it would be grilled therefore perhaps not necessary to mention it. It turned out, the salmon automatically comes covered with a sauce which has wheat in it. I then told the waiter nicely, that I couldn't eat it. And if I could have another salmon without the sauce. He lectured me about mentioning my allergens whilst ordering more than 5 times. Okay I get it, it's my health after all and I am the one who would be suffering. It was a bit of an overkill IMO . I felt very patronised. I ended up ordering another option but still had to pay for the salmon dish. I love the reasonably priced delicious food here. 😋
Excellent food. I will definitely visit again. Shish taouk is supremely delicious.
Had never been here before so was a nice surprise food was good and a great price will definitely be going back with friends and family