This stylish fine-dining restaurant with understated elegance and a warm ambience transports you to the southeast corner of the Mediterranean. There is something endearingly archaic about the Levantine food menu here, which effectively covers the wide palate of tastes representing the numerous cultures of this region. With dizzying choices ranging from cold and hot mezze to grills, salads and breads to mains and desserts, the options are plenty. The fluffy, warm 'Pita Bread with Hummus and Muhammara', is a great way to start. The 'Tabbouleh' is fresh, tangy and crunchy. The 'Lamb Kibbeh' with a crispy crust, is melt-in-the-mouth and well-spiced. Although this cuisine is meat-centric, the vegetarian dishes shine equally. Try the 'Batata Meklieh' or the 'Riz b Cha’riye'. The magic of fresh herbs, spices and the finest of ingredients, make their presence felt in each dish contributing to the authentic flavours. The 'Baklava', made of phyllo pastry soaked in syrup and chopped nuts, sandwiched in a scoop of ice-cream, is pure ecstasy for the taste buds. The pricing here is commensurate to the top-notch food quality. The service staff is articulate, well-informed and offer impeccable service.