Three Courses of Authentic Lebanese Cuisine For Two (£13) or Four (£24) at Fairuz Lebanese Restaurant (Up to 67% Off)
- Traditional Lebanese restaurant serving various traditional dishes
- Bring your own alcohol policy at no charge
- Three course meal for two or four people
- Starter, main, and dessert each
- Desserts include knafa, mhallabieh, and baklava
- Extensive vegetarian options
- All meat is halal
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 5 per table. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Excludes takeaway. Excludes Seafood Tyrus, Chef Mashawi and Grilled Whole Lamb. Seafood Tyrus and Chef Mashawi available for a surcharge. Alcohol from off the premises allowed. Must be 18 or older to consume alcohol. Original value based on most expensive options.
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Like humus, hummus is also great for putting carrots into. Avoid an agricultural mishap with today’s Groupon from Fairuz Lebanese Restaurant. Choose from the following options:• £13 for three courses of authentic Lebanese cuisine for two people (64% off)
• £24 for three courses of authentic Lebanese cuisine for four people (67% off)
Taste buds are shown some Arab hospitality as the flavours of the Levant are showcased through the extensive menu of this traditional restaurant.
Behind the well-known favourites, such as fatoush and tabouleh, stands a secret door through which the Fairuz team leads diners to the kind of fresh, home cooked fare usually only found in the kitchens of Lebanese tetas. Diners are welcome to indulge in some hubbly bubbling and chin wagging in the shisha garden located outside the main restaurant.
Three courses of fine fare will be on offer with kafta bil batata (£8) and tajin (£9) available for meat lovers to sink their teeth into. Hungry herbivores can enjoy a selection of cold vegetarian meze, with main options including the baked aubergine dish, musakkat batenjan (£8). Sweet teeth can be satiated with a selection of desserts including the traditional mhallabieh, a milk based pudding flavoured with rose water (£2.50), or another regional favourite, the sweet syrup topped knafa (£3). A bring your own bottle policy is in order at the establishment at no extra cost, while a selection of soft drinks can be purchased.