Fairuz is named in tribute to Lebanon's most famous chanteuse. One of London's
most relaxed and intimate Lebanese restaurants. Fairuz still observes
all the traditions.
the warmth and intimacy of the decor, the natural hand made tables,
formal service, to the instant appearance of olives and chilled
salad veg upon arrival.
presentation and preparation of the cooking, and attentiveness and
enthusiasm of the staff are all pleasantly flamboyant.
decor is warm yellow with turquoise touches. There's a general
sense of bohemian authenticity among the staff and clientele.
cooking bursts with Eastern Mediterranean flavours, old favourites
like tabouleh, foul moukalla, and moutabal do new dance steps on
your tongue. Top-level charcoal grills and specialites, like farrouj
musakhan, grilled boneless chicken wrapped in bread with onions,
pepper and special herbs which is then baked.
Quoted from the "London and more" magazine
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