The location is good, prices are reasonable, service is good, food is nice too. There was just nothing special about the taste or place.
Had the chicken swarma and chicken kebabs. The food was mediocre. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either. Was excited to eat here but the food had very little flavour and they were very heavy on the garlic. The pitas were freshly made and tasty. It is on the river front so the location is great for people watching.
The service was ok. The food was not to our expectations. We went in group of 8. It was a week night. We were seated on the first floor. Could have been better overall, particularly the food can be improved.
Set in a little courtyard near the museums, this was the perfect setting to rest and recharge our batteries. The drinks were great (but be sure to ask for 'little sugar' otherwise very sweet) and the food well cooked: crisp samosas and spring rolls.
After walking almost 1/2 a day at India street, We saw this restaurant and decided to have a lunch there. It took about 15 mins for me to decide which menu should i try.As for all my friends, they absolutely go for rice..I had ordered chicken wings and its disappointed, it is not my taste. However, the rice is pretty... More
Little Lebanon is the Middle-Eastern Restaurant in Kuching, located at the Old Courthouse Complex downtown. The restaurant occupies the arched walkway through the Courthouse complex connecting India Street and Carpenter Street. There is usually quite busy foot traffic through this public thoroughfare. The restaurant is tastefully set up in Lebanese concept with options for patrons to dine in air-conditioned comfort... More
Actually had a pretty decent experience here. Staff were friendly and service was not slow. We tried the brinjal salad as they had run out of baba ganoush and it was a bit of a waste of time. However when our mains came out (chicken kebab - cooked perfectly - and minced lamb - a little overdone - served as... More
The Food at Little Lebanon may not be 5 star, but the fact, that during Ramadan, when most Malay Food outlets are closed during the day, you still get something to eat here. What is more, you can even have a Heineken or Tiger Beer. Last time we visited, they run out of prawns for the Laksa, Laksa without prawns... More
We love middle eastern food so when we saw this place as we walked close to the Bazaar, we went for it even though the prices were a little high. The four of us ordered different dishes and shared a hummus. The hummus was the worst we've ever tried. They used vinegar instead of lemon juice and it had no... More
After walking around the centre of Kuching for over an hour and finding very little open, we settled on what looked like it would be a slightly indulgent option but hopefully worthwhile! It was not! The four of us in the group had been travelling around Asia for roughly 8 months and we were all in agreement this was almost... More
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