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Mezze Palace, Small Street: Review

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Mezze Palace, Small Street: Review

A definite improvement on Mazati, which formerly operated from this venue – tasty and great value Lebanese food.

Sahra Lebanese Restaurant: Review

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Sahra Lebanese Restaurant: Review

New Lebanese restaurant on the former site of Sands, with the same chefs at the helm.

Afendi, Cheltenham Road: Review

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Afendi, Cheltenham Road: Review

With 14 of us needing a table for a friend’s birthday celebrations, the first choice of venue would normally be Sands on Queens Road. However, with the Lebanese restaurant having recently shut its doors, we decided to give new Lebanese restaurant Afendi on Cheltenham Road a whirl instead… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  

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Mazati, Small Street: Review

Still reeling from the shock closure of Sands, our previous favourite of ours for Lebanese mezze, we’re keen to find a potential replacement. Cedars Express on Park Row goes some way to filling the gap (try their hummus and their feta cheese pastries!), but with nowhere to sit, it’s not quite the same. A Dealcloud […]

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Culinary Tours of Turkey & Lebanon @ The Souk Kitchen – book now!

Whether you’re an avid eater of Middle Eastern food, or know nothing about it but are up for trying new things, it’s worth considering booking yourself in for one of Bedminster’s Souk Kitchen’s upcoming “culinary tours” of Turkey and Lebanon. I blogged about the Culinary Tour evenings a few weeks back, but after a friend […]