The Middle Feast is a Lebanese Restaurant that serves a wide range of menu. They are popular for their Lebanese food but you can also find your everyday western food with a Lebanese touch that creates a tasty ‘east meets west’ experience. Looking at their extensive menu, you won’t be hungry leaving this restaurant!
It was our first visit and upon entering the restaurant we were surprised to see how spacious it was. The vibe was pretty cool and exotic with a middle eastern touch on the decor. With large seating area, this venue would definitely be suitable if you have a large group of family and friends dining in together.
If you just want to chill and have a casual drink, they have comfortable couches with cushions.
There is also a more private and secluded room that has more of a fine dining feel to it. The décor is beautiful and elegant with blue as the dominant colour and the extravagant lighting in the room added a touch of extra glamour.
At the time of writing they are open for lunch and dinner on the weekends and dinner only from Tuesday to Friday.
It took us a while to choose what to order as every dish in the menu sounded so extremely delicious.
With suggestions and help from Zayd, the restaurant owner, we finally decided on several popular dishes to try.
While waiting for the feast we started with coffee and the Mango Magic Smoothie. I really love this refreshing and indulgent smoothie. What a great way to start!
As we were seated, we were served the deep fried Lebanese bread with pickles. These deep fried goodies are so irresistible!
Then we continued with the refreshing salad, Fatoush and tasty Mezza Platter consisting of 2 lamb sambousek, 2 cheese sambousek and 2 fried kebbe.
Of course I had to order one of my favourites – Falafel!
Next was the Trio Dips. The perfect dish if you want to enjoy freshly baked bread with 3 awesome dips (baba ghanouj, labne and hummos). My favourite was the baba ghanouj.
For the main we had the Mixed Meat Platter and the Kafta Burger.
Let’s start with the Mixed Meat Platter. Wow! I couldn’t even pick my favourite as I love all the chicken, lamb and kafta skewers. Served with a generous amount of delicious garlic sauce, charcoaled tomato, onion and chilli peppers, it’s a highly recommended dish!
The Kafta Burger next. This dish was easy to love! The burger came in quite a generous size. With a tasty kafta patty, tabouli and grilled haloumi cheese on Turkish pide bread, this Lebanese style burger is distinctively delicious and a must try.
Now let’s talk about dessert. Seeing the Chocokebab on the dessert menu, I had to ask Zayd for some more details about it as I was intrigued to see how the Chocokebab machine works.
It was very cool to see how the cremino chocolate was shaved and then placed into a kebab. This time we had the Nutella and fruits Chocokebab. The crepe was sweet and spongy, filled with cremino chocolate shavings, strawberry and banana then drizzled with Nutella.
As you can see, the chocokebab looks very appetising and mouth-watering! It was definitely a delightful sweet treat.
There’s always room for more desserts so here came the Middle Feast Delights:
Baklawa, Namoura and Shaabeit. All are sweet and decadent but my favourites were the baklawa and shaabeit.
We also had some strong Arabic coffee, giving this feast a memorable ending.
We really had an amazing dining experience at The Middle Feast and for sure the feast was wonderful and memorable!
* Foodblogs dined as guests of The Middle Feast.
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