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Lebanese grilled chicken with rice and salad
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Lebanese grilled chicken with rice and salad

Like most high streets in London, you are likely for find diverse multi-cultural restaurants in many parts. I had a first hand experience eating out with my friends at a Lebanese restaurant and we’ve never regretted it. In fact we’ve got hooked on this place – thanks to my lovely friends who recommended the venue. It’s based in South London, so there’s no need to travel into central London.

How to dine in a crowd-free Lebanese restaurant:

 How to dine in a crowd-free Lebanese restaurant. Lebanese Falafel with rice
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How to dine in a crowd-free Lebanese restaurant Lebanese Falafel with rice

We were fortunate to dine as group, which was great because food tastes a lot better when shared with others. We didn’t even need to book a table in advance but you might not always be that lucky! The reality of eating out at this lovely Lebanese restaurant is that it was crowd – free!

Lebanese Carrot and ginger juice
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Lebanese Carrot and ginger juice

 

Lebanese Mint tea
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Lebanese Mint tea

Lebanese Mix Grill is small yet spacious and it has a slight hint of a Lebanese theme to it, Although the decor was quite inviting it didn’t quite have the complete theme that we expected.

Lebanese Mix Grill
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Lebanese Mix Grill

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Lebanese Chef
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Lebanese Chef

Hygiene has always been my number one deciding factor when choosing somewhere to dine. Its central location is ideal and the food is prepared and grilled over real charcoal on the premises, within view from the dining area.

The restaurant serves tasty Arabic food and the quality was unbelievable. It was prepared to a high standard with generous portions. In spite of many restaurants in the area, Lebanese Mix Grill stood out.

The staff was welcoming and helpful and they offered us complimentary delicious Lentil soup on the house during my second visit as a token of appreciation.

Price list
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Price list

Between us, we had Lebanese rice with grilled chicken and salad accompanied with carrot juice and mint tea. Thankfully the prices were affordable.

We all had a great evening and we would return there in a heartbeat. It’s almost impossible to control the cravings for the delicious food.

If you are not looking for a fancy restaurant but would rather dine somewhere quiet and simple for lunchtime or dinner, then I would highly recommend it. It’s a place to dine in a healthy way.

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g186338-d8372062-Reviews-Lebanese_Mix_Grill-London_England.html

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