Byblos Grill – Lebanese and Turkish Cuisine

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Byblos Grill – Lebanese and Turkish Cuisine

Byblos is a Middle Eastern city known for its fish restaurants, open-air bars, and outdoor cafes. Byblos was chosen by Condé Nast Traveler as the second best city in the Middle East for 2012 and by the World Tourism Organization as the best Arab tourist city for 2013. Inspired by his cross-cultural culinary adventures, Chef Mohamad creates his own special recipes to provide the best authentic Lebanese dining experience in Singapore. Example: Byblos Mixed Grilled, Lamb Kofta and Byblos Beef Steak

We recently visited the restaurant and tried the following signature dishes:

Lebanese Beetroot Salad: Fresh beetroot, chickpeas, crunchy sala, feta cheese, baby tomatoes and drizzled with special sauce.

Hot Mezza Dishes, Lebanese Moussaka’a: Chicken, Cube eggplant, chickpeas, onion, tomato, garlic, green pepper, topped with fresh cream and mottzarill cheese

Lebanese Charcoal Grilled Mashawi, Lamb Chops: Charcoal grilled lamb chops served with harissa, grilled vegetables and rice.

Chicken Kofta: Marinated minced chicken, charcoal grilled served with grilled vegetables and vermicelli rice

Lebanese Seafood, Grilled Tiger Prawn: Tiger prawn marinated with Arabic spices. grilled till perfection. Served with rice and salad.

Lavash: Freshly baked Traditional Lebanese bread

Dessert Baklava: a rich, sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and held together with syrup, frosting or honey.

Kunafa: a traditional Middle Eastern dessert made with shredded filo pastry,[3] or alternatively fine semolina dough, soaked in sweet, sugar-based syrup,

The cuisine typically contains exotic herbs, spices and cheeses. Spices and herbs are used in dishes The most important part of this cuisine consists of olives, chickpeas, lentils, beans, and vegetables. Hence, Lebanese mezzas such as Hummus, Tabbouleh, Falafel and Kibbeh are made from these ingredients. Meat such as chicken, beef or lamb are skewered and grilled as kebabs, served along with yogurt, cheeses and legumes. Desserts such as baklava, kunafeh and rice pudding are popular among Middle Easterners with sweet tooth. @byblosgrillsg located in Bussorah Street Tel 62968577

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