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Dear diners, for reservations after 5.30pm on the same day, please call the restaurant directly on +65 6341 7728. Please also note that the maximum dining time per table is two hours.
Beirut Grill, located on Bussorah Street in Singapore’s popular Bugis and Arab Street neighbourhood, serves up traditional Lebanese food in a cozy atmosphere. Surrounded by a multicultural neighbourhood full of small boutiques, Arab markets, and a number of restaurants, Beirut Grill has made a name for itself in the area. In addition to its extensive menu, guests are welcome to order special dishes (it is recommended to do so a week in advance) such as steamed fish and kharouf, a traditional dish consisting of roasted lamb and rice with pine nuts.
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Excellent Lebanese food in town. sometimes very crowded and loud but worth the pain
The waiters were really nice and helpful. The chicken liver dish DELICIOUS, the spicy sausage unfortunately was a disappointment, hence my rating.
Went there on new year's eve but there was a big group of tourist which made the dining experience rather unpleasant due to the noise levels. Food wise was acceptable as I have tasted better.
There are no two ways about it, Singapore’s Beirut Grill offers something for everyone. Meat lovers and vegetarians alike can delight in this Bugis restaurant’s large menu, with favourites like lamb kebab kofta and vegetarian makali. Located on Bussorah Street, in the Arab Street neighbourhood, Beirut Grill specialises in mezze, Lebanese small plates comparable to Spanish tapas. Offering both hot and cold mezze, diners are welcome to order a few plates and try each other’s dishes.
For those Singaporeans with a sweet tooth, Beirut Grill on Bussorah Street in the vicinity of Arab Street serves up decadent desserts. With dishes like mouhalabiah, a sweet pudding made with rosewater and honey, or a baklava platter, there are plenty of options. Diners can also choose from a range of cocktails and enjoy entertainment provided by talented belly dancers. Just a short walk from the central Bugis, this restaurant’s prime location makes it the perfect spot to grab a flavoursome Lebanese dinner.
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