About Lebanese Cuisine
Due to its unique and colourful history, Lebanese cuisine has become quite popular of all the Middle Eastern cuisines. Being ruled by Turks for decades, the cuisine itself went under a lot of change, which paved way for famous Lebanese dishes we know of today such as, kibbeh, baklava, laban and olive oil. And which city has the most Middle Eastern influence than Dubai? This global city though has various cultures nestled in its bosom, it has a special fondness for Lebanese fare, their regional cuisine. Every street and corner in Dubai is crammed with restaurants and bistros dealing exclusively in Lebanese cuisine. Let’s start exploring with ‘Barjeel Al Arab’ of Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa, a seaside bistro where you can relax over authentic Emirati cuisine within reasonable rates. Just opposite ambience can be found at ‘Air Lounge’, a lively good-looking lounge located at Regent Palace Hotel.
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