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Introduction
The only restaurant in Arab Street area that serves authentic fine Lebanese and Middle Eastern Cuisine. With its lovely and cozy ambiance, you will feel the quixotic Arabian atmosphere along with the friendly service of our staff. Beirut is best known for its signature dishes like the sumptuous, succulent and tender grilled Lamb Chops, delectable char-grilled to perfection Shish Taouk, and tasty appetizing Hummus. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Online Reservation
Catering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.beirut.com.sg/
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Hummus Lamb Chop Shish Taouk
Review (4)
For more reviews, visit www.umakemehungry.comWalking along Arab Street, you will be spoilt for choices if you are looking for some Mediterrean or Middle Eastern Cuisine.The Fine Lebanaese Cuisine restaurant is housed in a 2 storey high shophouse whereby patrons get to enjoy both Alfresco as well as indoor seating.Entering up into the upper level of the restaurant, I was amazed and as such enchanted by the environment. Settings boast a change in the atmosphere completely with Lebanese decor setting the mood. Ambiance was romantic with attractive drapes and plushy cushion seating. Not mentioning that the placing of mirrors reflecting the lights had also enhanced the surroundings.For Muslim Pals who may enquire about the food. Do note that the food they served is certified Halal and their chefs are Muslim Arabs. However, they do serve alcohol too.Welcoming our dinner with Beirut Mezza Platter to pair along with their home made pita breads & Falafel. Served in a plate where by each quarter carries its kind of unique tastes, I was pretty amazed by the eye pleasing platter.Texture of the Chickpea puree with sesame paste was rather creamy and smooth with extra virgin olive oil added. It was slightly lemony but this spread goes well on the plain Pita bread.Pack of cheese fragrance, initially I thought these little deep fried rolls tasted close to our localized spring rolls stuffed with vegetables. These Lebanese Pastry were crispy and appetizing, stuffed with feta cheese, a hit for cheese lovers. Enjoy another well prepared spread, Baba Ghanoush to go with the Pita Bread. Baba Ghanoush is made up of Char-grilled eggplant with mixed capsicum topped with olive oil.Last but not least, aubergine puree topped with extra olive oil.Pita bread was warm and awesome. Made from wheat flour, they were simply soft and fresh from oven. Place some of the above mentioned spread on them and enjoy the simplicity of Middle Eastern Cuisine.Love these Falafel best among the food items in Beirut Mezza Platter. Usually served together with Pita Bread too,wrapped. Falafel is made up of fava beans, deep-fried into croquettes and served with tahina sauce. It's a must try as they were not too oily, crunchy and soft in the inside.Mixed Grilled Kebab Platter that serves at least 2 pax portion is a good choice to start with if you are unsure of what to order. It consists of Shish Taouk which refers to chicken cubes in orange. The chicken had a unique flavour whereby overnight marination had permeated the flesh with Lebanese herbs & spice.Lamb Kebab Kofta, the char-grilled minced lamb was done up with Arabic herbs & spices with a special taste too.Tikka Kebab was the Char-grilled beef cubes marinated by their Chef special spices.Perhaps the scene stealer would be Beirut Lamb Chops. It is the Chef's special dish, very well done up, with meat being fork-tender & juicy, giving me a total different perspective of a lamb meat.Lamb chops were slightly in red, marinated in Arabic herbs and spices too.One of the highlights while dining will be the Belly Dancing Session organised by Beirut Grill.Be enlightened during your meals every Friday from 8-10pm with Belly Dancing.And be mermerized by performance.Here's some part of the belly dancing for the night. https://youtu.be/0bt16V8nDlwMarinated Fish cubes were rather decent in Arabic herbs and spices. The fish tasted abit salty in my opinion.Rating this dish as the best of the night, the egg plants based dish were simply inviting and I couldn't resist myself for another helpings. Similar to the creation of Lasagne but in the style of Middle Eastern Cuisine and served in hot plate. Heartily and deliciously done up with char-grilled eggplants cooked with chickpeas & onions, the tangy flavours from the tomato sauce had permeated the mushy soft egg plant. Definitely Memorable! Remember not leave the dish alone without having the vermicelli rice that was served together.Rice was fluffy with hints of herbs and topped with fried onions. Under the orange lightings, one of my friends had actually pointed out there was "Bee Hoon" (Vermicelli) in the rice which I found was an interesting combination.The dinner has a sweet ending as we were served with Baklava. With characteristics of the cuisine former ottoman empire, it is not surprising that these pastry are rich and sweet. The charm about the pastry was that it was made from a layers of filo filled with crashed nuts lavished with honey & rose water. Presentation was up one level with beautiful swirls of whipped cream that stood out in the middle of the plate topped with a red cherry.Ambiance was great especially on the second level in Beirut. Besides that, it's hard to find some exotic tastes like this in Singapore as well as being Middle Eastern Authentic. Beirut gave me a better experience and knowledge of the cuisine itself. Furthermore, service was hospitable with friendly servers around that top up our water so frequently. continue reading
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It was the usual Saturday evening meetup with The Beau, and we decided to go for something exotic and different this evening - Middle Eastern / Lebanese cuisine. After browsing through the rows of restaurants along Arab Street / Haji Lane, we decided on Beurut Grill located at Bussorah Street.This charming two-storey restaurant boosts of an enchanting setting upstairs, which was where we were seated. It was named "Magic Carpet Lounge" and was complete with drapes and mirrors to give the place a rather romantic appeal. If I ever had any doubts on the phrase "dark sultry Arabian nights", tonight my doubts were cleared.For food, we shared the Mixed Grilled Kebab (SGD$36.00), consisting of lamb chops, lamb kebab kofta, tikka kebab, shish taouk served with grilled vegetables and Oriental Arabic rice. Needless to say, the meat were all grilled to a delicious, nearly-crispy state, so that in their tenderness or chewiness, there was that lovely, consistent smokey hint giving the assorted meat an extra enhancer. The rice was a flavors burst with the fragrance of herbs / spices.Time to wolf down an exotic dessert now. We chose the Oum Ali (SGD$12.00) to share - fresh cream pudding with yellow raisins, nuts, coconut and crispy flakes served with honey and pistachio. It was a hot dessert, The texture was noticeably smooth and the taste was a lovely, sweet creaminess with lots of crunch in between bites.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/04/dinner-at-beirut-grill-middle-eastern.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-05
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Spicy Calamari Tikka Kebab: Not sure is it beef but the mouthwatering beef is fully flavoured yet mildly spiced, grilled to perfection it's just as lovely on it's own or accompanied by their vermicelli rice... Spicy Wedges: very tasty dish and enjoyable Mixed Sea Platter: which had dory fish, squid and tiger prawns....Overall I like the tiger prawns were really good and fresh...Mix Grill Platter: Was tasty where Lamb Kebab Kofta & Shish Taouk... Shish Taouk: The meat is nicely grilled, not too tough or too rawLamb Kebab Kofta: The stand outs were the gamy lamb and the kebab kofta. I went to Beurut grill on Saturday night with some friends to celebrate birthday...The food was certainly awesome and the staff were very helpful and friendly despite the crowd level, in addition to the delicious food, belly dancing is also part of the entertainment where it surprise us for presenting us the cake...The food served are fairly above average and price reasonable...Enjoy the night!! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)