Serving up classic Lebanese cuisine in an elegantly decorated space, Al Hamra Lebanese & Middle Eastern Cuisine places great emphasis on the traditional. Using time-honoured recipes passed down from generation to generation, the skilled chefs at Al Hamra are able to connect diners with the past, taking them on a journey to the Middle East of the old days. Situated on Lorong Mambong in Singapore’s Holland Village, Al Hamra is a standout for great Middle Eastern cuisine.
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Very nice atmosphere on the street Good food the fish is very good
The food and wine were delicious, there was a great variety of Mediterranean choices, and the dishes were beautiful. Easy to find, friendly staff, overall great experience.
Take a look at Al Hamra’s set lunch deal and Quandoo-exclusive promotions!First timers to Al Hamra Lebanese & Middle Eastern Cuisine are usually struck by the restaurant's elegantly placed oriental furnishings and its cosy atmosphere. This feeling of comfort is further intensified when they’re greeted by Al Hamra’s friendly staff members, who aim to make every diner feel as relaxed as possible. Offering delivery options and open seven days a week, Al Hamra makes enjoying their cuisine abundantly simple. And with its location on Lorong Mambong in the heart of Singapore’s Holland Village, the restaurant is well-connected to public transportation for locals traveling from across the city.
Offering a separate vegetarian menu, Al Hamra in Singapore’s Holland Village takes care to ensure that their herbivorous guests are well looked after. Dive right into everyone’s favourite chickpea dip – hummus – before sampling hot meze like falafel, spinach fatayer or fool medames (cooked broad beans and chickpeas with herbs, spices, olive oil and lemon juice). Meat lovers are encouraged the try the Al Hamra mixed grill – consisting of grilled lamb cubes, minced lamb kebab and grilled chicken pieces, this dish provides the perfect introduction to the restaurant’s offering of barbecued meats. And be sure to enjoy some ma’amool (cake made from walnut, pistachio and dates) before heading out on your way. Reservations are highly encouraged.