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El Sheikh

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Occupying a traditional old shophouse in Kampong Glam, this excellent restaurant serves some seriously delicious Lebanese fare in a very nice set-up...


The restaurant is pleasantly decorated in an unpretentious Middle Eastern style... You can opt for the "Lebanese divan" at the second floor, where cushions are scattered on a carpeted floor around low tables,  you can seat around "ordinary tables" downstairs,  or you can dine 'alfresco' on the roof terrace (which is probably the nicest...). The ambience here is quite pleasant, relaxed and easygoing...


Lebanese Cuisine is the fine dining of Middle Eastern food, featuring all the goodness the Middle East has to offer, together with some lovely French influence...


The feast starts with some delicious Mezze, Middle-Eastern dips and salads that are served on small plates, including Hummus,  Motabbal (eggplants and tahini paste, also known as Babaganoush),  Tabbouli (Lebanese salad of parsley, tomatoes, cracked wheat, olive oil and lemon-juice) and the likes...


Recommended mains include Lebanese pita-wraps with Lamb Kafta, Chicken Shawarma (döner kebab),  Shish-KebabFalafel and the likes... (for those who can't eat that much) or "more serious stuff" like Lebanese-style grilled lamb chopsKing's prawn kebabsGrilled fillet of veal with Lebanese mushroom sauce, El Sheikh chicken  and  Mixed kebab grill


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For desserts, Baklawa and Bassbosa (rich semolina cake) are quite recommended, and so is the Lebanese coffee. 


Prices are quite moderate: SG$ 20 - 30 should be enough for a decent meal

Open daily, 12 noon till 2 am


18 Pahang Street (corner of Aliwal),

Kampong Glam, Phone: 6296 9116