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Traditional Lebanese cuisine, great prices and a friendly atmosphere combine to create a winning combination at London’s Beirut Meza. Located on Askew Road in White City, this Lebanese restaurant is one of the most popular in the area, and a favourite among the local Middle Eastern community. Hummus, tabbouleh, kibbeh and baba ghanoush – you name it, all of your favourite Lebanese specialties are available at Beirut Meza.
Food & staff was brilliant, each dish had its own unique taste and fruit juices were freshly made! Our first visit but not our last!!
Nice friendly staff, portions a bit too large, but food delicious! Varied menu, nice wine, good situation, and spacious place to eat on a wet, wet night.
The food was fantastic, the service superb and the price very reasonable for the delicious food; a good time was had by our party of four. Looking forward to our next visit.
Bright and airy, with pictures of Lebanon lining the walls, Beirut Meza is a comfortable, casual spot for enjoying all of your favourite Lebanese eats. Open for dine-in, takeaway and delivery seven days a week, this cosy White City eatery shines for its authenticity. The staff is incredibly friendly, and also very knowledgable about the menu items, so guests with food restrictions are welcome to ask for suggestions. Beirut Meza on London’s Askew Road also offers several alcoholic beverages as well as fresh juices, soft drinks, or arak, the Lebanese national spirit, distilled.
Offering up an extensive menu of cold meze, warm meze, pastries, salads, mains and desserts, London’s Beirut Meza seems to have it all. The restaurant does grilled specialties particularly well, and guests can decide from options like chicken kafta, farrouj meshwi (boneless baby chicken), or shish taouk (skewers of marinated chicken cubes), all cooked over charcoal. Vegetarians are encouraged to try the falafel wrap – packed with falafel, tahini sauce, parsley, tomato, pickles, mint and lettuce, it’s a hearty and satisfying option for those avoiding meat. Make a reservation now to save your place at this White City hotspot!