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Lebanese Restaurants in Sheffield

 Discover Sheffield's Lebanese restaurants

Sheffield is a city of exciting contrasts that combines its rich industrial history with exciting new commerce, a fresh outlook, and urban cityscapes with the glorious green of the surrounding Peak District. It’s a young and vibrant city with a diverse population, thanks to both its universities and historic patterns of immigration. Visitors can enjoy fine shopping in the centre and Meadowhall shopping centre, theatre productions at The Crucible, and art and history across the city's base of museums. Food is also taken extremely seriously here, with cuisines from across the world represented. So, why not broaden your horizons and experience one of Sheffield’s fine Lebanese restaurants?

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Rowsha

Steel Bank
Middle Eastern££££
5.4/613

Bakchich Manchester

City Centre
Middle Eastern££££
5.2/6191

Heddy's

Wilmslow
Middle Eastern
5.5/6133
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Bab Tooma

Centre
Middle Eastern££££
5.6/655

Nectar Bistro

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Middle Eastern££££
5.8/615

Fenicia's

Altrincham
Middle Eastern££££
5.7/63

Al-Baba Restaurant

City Centre
Middle Eastern££££
4.0/61

Ugarit Restaurant

Hillhouse
Middle Eastern££££

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St Matthews
Middle Eastern££££

Cedars Lebanese Restaurant

Westcotes
Middle Eastern££££

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    Enjoy new tastes at Sheffield's Lebanese restaurants

    The dishes on offer at Sheffield's Lebanese restaurants are diverse and flavoursome, often cooked in olive oil with loads of nutritious herbs, spices and citrus fruits. Ingredients tend to focus on fruits and vegetables, whole grains, herbs, fish, pulses and poultry. Although meat is used, its emphasis is lighter than in Western European cooking. Dishes tend to be served with wine or the national spirit, Arak, which is an aniseed-based liquor. If you have a sweet tooth, you'll be in heaven with traditional pastries such as maamouland baklava, drizzled in honey. This cuisine is a feast for the senses and designed to entice your eyes and nose as much as your tastebuds!
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    Get the most from Sheffield's Lebanese restaurants

    Thanks to the large student population in the city, you'll find Lebanese restaurants in Sheffield that suit all budgets – from high-end eateries with an emphasis on fine dining through to cost-effective and 'no frills' grills which are perfect for a hearty lunch. Tuck into fattoush salad, also known as peasant salad, which is delicious and hearty and packed with fresh vegetables and greens, kibbeh (fried meatballs) which are wonderful with homemade hummus, or makdous, which stuffed pickled aubergine loaded with flavour.
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    Which Lebanese restaurants in Sheffield are worth a visit?

    Rowsha in Steel Bank is one of the most popular Lebanese restaurants in Sheffield. Named after a Beirut suburb, its menu is authentic and beautifully presented. Kick things off with several dishes from the hot and cold meze menus which boast plenty of meat, seafood and vegetarian treats, the chargrilled lamb cutlets served with spices, and the spicy stuffed peppers. Just remember to book your table in advance, as Sheffield's best Lebanese restaurants do tend to fill up quickly.