Africa Lebanese Restaurants
Africa Lebanese Restaurants
Cairo Lebanese restaurant
This is truly one of the best Lebanese Restaurants in town. Abdel Wahab's reputation is solid in the eyes of locals and tourists alike. Great food, a great atmosphere and great shisha is available here at reasonable prices.
Ever since its opening in Zamalek this Ramadan, Abdel Wahab has created quite the buzz around Cairo purely through word of mouth. This very successful Lebanese restaurant chain has branches in Dubai and Bahrain among others, and promises authentic Lebanese cuisine in a charmingly traditional setting.
Although there’s no clear sign marking the restaurant’s entrance on Abou El Feda Street, the fluorescent green numbers 33 hang over the entrance: to your left is Ramadan shisha place Tofaha, to your right is Abdel Wahab.
Nairobi Lebanese restaurant
Dine within one of the cosy nooks on a cool winter night or sit outside enjoying a meal alfresco while the kids run around in the playground.
The nice garden setting makes it ideal for summer sharing a mezze or sipping wine.
Tuck into some traditional Lebanese food at Cedars in Nairobi.
Waterkloof Lebanese restaurant
Located in Waterkloof Heights Shopping Centre, Gameal’s Cedar Café is all about beautiful food and a cosy welcoming setting.
The quaint café exudes an air of nostalgia, dressed in childhood memories.
The menu will leave you coming back for more, offering traditional dishes such as a Lebanese breakfast served with fried eggs on warm pita bread, sprinkled with herbs and freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Succulent olives wet the appetite for indulgence.
Tasty mouthfuls of tapas filled with Middle Eastern delights such as Tabbouleh, Baba Ganouj and lentils with rice, served with tomato salad and mint and garlic dressing.
Discover true Lebanese dishes in a cosy and warm setting at Gameal’s Cedar Café.
Giza Lebanese restaurant
World-class international cuisine is served in an elegant, modern setting, juxtaposed with splashes of colour. Enjoy traditional barbecues and Middle Eastern specialities with a touch a flare. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and is sure to leave discerning diners satisfied.
City Bowl Lebanese restaurant
Quirky, funky, edgy and unique - this is Mugged on Roeland. Apart from the awesome, original name, this little eatery and coffee shop really impresses with its one-of-a-kind style, cuisine and ambience.
Mugged on Roeland serves great comfort food for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, although breakfast can be enjoyed all day long - as it should be. The restaurant is open from 7 am until 10 pm and different specials are offered every day of the week.
Mugged is fully licensed so you can get 'mugged' here on Roeland whenever you want. The cuisine is a combination of Lebanese dishes and fusion food, making this the ideal spot for an informal business lunch or a cool night out.
Dishes range from quick sarmies to poached chicken and roasted vegetables and some of the best coffee and lattes can be enjoyed here. The restaurant can be booked for functions, meetings and events and is a real diamond in the ruff of Cape Town's city centre.
Rivonia Lebanese restaurant
The Sheikh’s Palace is not an average restaurant. It is a celebration of food, wine, culture, entertainment and enjoyment, care of Lebanon.
Diners are invited to join in with the exotic traditions and customs of ancient Lebanese culture. With Arak, Argileh (hubbly bubbly) and beautiful belly dancers, you will forget for a night that you’re still in South Africa.
Mezze are served buffet style and in keeping with Lebanese customs, eating with your hands is the norm.
With a carefully stocked wine cellar, you will have everything you need to enjoy a decadent night, Lebanese style.