HomeIndustryRestaurantsSnackfax Recommends: Best Lebanese Restaurants in Delhi 2022

Snackfax Recommends: Best Lebanese Restaurants in Delhi 2022

Lebanese food opens your palate to a world of fascinating flavours that get better with each bite, fusing spicy Arabic flavours with the colours and textures of Mediterranean cuisine. If you have never tried Lebanese cuisine, try it! You’ll love it as it is similar to Indian cuisine, and both use the same spices.

Lebanon’s climate, geography, and surrounding influences have all contributed to a cuisine rich in fresh vegetables, succulent meat, and potent spices and juices that line the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It’s not surprising that Delhi, a city known for its rich multi-cuisine culture, has some fantastic Lebanese food to offer, so here is a list of the best places to indulge!


The hep and casual décor of Zizo, a destination for Lebanese cuisine in the city that surprisingly lets out an extremely calming effect due to its homely touch, will charm you from the moment you walk in. They have a live kitchen downstairs, and the upstairs appears to be more of a café that transports you to Lebanon through its walls, lined with landscape pictures and books with authentic recipes from the country.

Their must-try dishes: Spicy Hummus, Strawberry Lemonade, Chicken Shawarma Roll, Falafels, and Chocolate Banana Man’oushe, are all delicious!

Where | CP, GK I, Gurugram & Other Outlets

Meal For Two | Rs 1,600

Arabian nites

Do you want to taste authentic Lebanese street food? Then, for a quick bite, stop by Arabian Nites. Doner Kebabs are simply succulent, juicy wraps of heaven, according to true Delhiites! It’s a small and cosy restaurant with a short and inexpensive menu. They also offer outdoor catering services for parties and events, with a unique feature of ‘Live Cooking.’ Doner Kebabs, Chicken Shawarma, and Grilled Chicken are all must-orders!

Where| 59, Basant Lok Market, Vasant Vihar & Super Mart 1, DLF Phase IV, GGN

Meal For Two | Rs 450

Lub Lub Lebanese

A cosy little outlet that has some fantastic food to offer, Lub Lub Lebanese possesses a short

and specific menu that makes it easy for its customers to choose from its array of dishes. Their bright yellow chairs and the live kitchen instantly make you want to sit and have a word or two. The Shawarma Chicken Roll and Lubilicious Rice Bowl (Chicken) deserve a sure-shot try!

Where | G-64, Baani Square, Sector 50, Gurugram

Meal for two| Rs 500


Looking for a quick bite to eat while hanging out with your besties? Take a break at Alaturka, and you will not be disappointed! Everything here is value for money and healthy, with an exotic menu decorated with delectable Lebanese offerings. Chicken Chunks, Chicken Doner Platter, and Chicken Shawarma are all must-order items!

Where /Select Citywalk in Saket, Ambience Mall in Vasant Kunj & DLF Mall Of India in Noida

Meal for two| Rs 600

Meza – Levantine Kitchen

Meza is a funky fusion of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavours. Their emphasis is on boldly flavoured and aromatic dishes prepared with ancient Mediterranean cooking techniques that bring out the unique character of each word. The vibrant and fun ambience complements the quality of the dishes.

Where / Malviya Nagar

Meal for two| Rs 1000 approx

So these are some of the city’s Lebanese restaurants, and they must try dishes. If we still need to include any good Lebanese restaurants, do let us know at reviews@snackfax.com.

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