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Harriet Street in London’s Belgravia is home to a quiet piece of Lebanese history. It's name? Beiteddine. The word itself refers to a Beiteddine Palace in Lebanon which was the centre of Lebanese governance in the 18th-century. In London, Beiteddine is home to an unassuming dining room serving exquisite Lebanese food to those in the know in Belgravia. The team are rightly proud of their speciality menu of Lebanese delights and are growing a legion of fans.
Beiteddine is wonderful restaurant, with a great staff, and authentic Lebanese dishes. Everything is gorgeous and delicious! ### ### ### ### ### ### ### ###
A wonderful dining experience. The food was excellent and the staff made me feel that I was dining in their home instead of a restaurant. One of the highlights of my trip to London
Always nice but quite pricey. We miss the 2 types of bread & the fresh salad vegetable selection that used to be offered on arrival.
The dining room at Beiteddine along Harriet Street in London’s Belgravia is a simple affair. Tables are arranged into three rows with stiff, starched tablecloths. Don’t be fooled, however, there is plenty on offer here besides an upscale dining room. The team offer great barbequed Lebanese meats, as well as tapas-style Lebanese hot and cold starters and fish prepared the traditional way. The kitchen serves authentic Lebanese cuisine to those hankering for something a little different in Belgravia.
When you name your London restaurant after a palace famed for its huge, sumptuous feasts, there’s rather a lot to live up to. The team at Beiteddine at Belgravia’s Harriet Street are clearly aware of this, as their generous menu is complemented by an equally generous wine list, with an excellent selection of Lebanese wines and a handful of European bottles too. Occupying prime real estate in the Belgravia quarter between Sloane Street and Knightsbridge stations, the restaurant regularly fills up, especially towards the end of the week, so a reservation is strongly encouraged.