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Zuruni: Tasty Lebanese Food with a Touch of Style. Try the Desserts
On the shores of the Mediterranean, located at Aishti by the sea, Zuruni is the Lebanese restaurant occupying the space where “black box restaurant” used to be a long time ago. Zuruni is a casual Lebanese restaurant serving local cuisine with a touch of fun and sexiness. An open space where the light comes from all sides, food storage occupying the shelves up on the first floor, decorative items and trees. A fresh space welcomes you for lunch and dinner.
I loved the food! A fresh fattoush with toasted bread rolls laid on top. A tasty hummus served like a mountain and surrounded by olive oil. Feta cheese with fresh thyme. Hummus with meat and a load of fried pines. A refreshing Tabbouleh, tajen, Kebbeh and much more. I liked almost everything, especially the fatteh and savory baklava.
Cold Laban on top of a generous portion of Kabab meatballs, crunchy toasts, and cashew nuts. A new approach to Fatteh which I fell in love with. The baklava is even greater; meat baklava with crunchy puff pastry and a drizzle of sweetness and a load of pistachio.
Good food, all the way and yet dessert was not served: the knefeh fondue is a big hit, a signature. Melted cheese, bread crumbs, and sesame. Heated, the ingredients melt, ready to be enjoyed in a mini kaaka. I also loved the pancake katayef, three layers of them between layers of fresh Kashta.
Good job guys:
- I enjoyed my food, its colors, and flavors.
- I loved the colors of the plates and their presentation.
- The restaurant is beautifully decorated.
Zuruni: an interesting Lebanese concept with a successful future.