Friday, June 15, 2012

Lebanese food.

The food plateau
 We had Lebanese last Friday. Wasn't planned. The aim of the trip was shopping for sports gear but we HAD to eat. And the consensus was something different. The venue was Al-Amar at the premium food floor level 6 Pavillion. We got seats very near the entrance at the booth which was cosy but it was the furthest away from the music ( and later on in the evening the Belly dancer with some groovy moves) There was lebanese music played on the electric violin. I was definitely intrigued with the electric violin and now may want one of my own.
Something meaty-dish
 Let's now move onto the food. The meat started which we picked was lovely. There was a myriad of taste bursting once you take the first bite and start chewing. Such a lovely change from our usual Malaysian cuisine. ( Not that  I'm slagging off Petai or peria...incidentally two of my must-haves during any meal if at all possible)
Proof that I at least got the spelling of the restaurant correct

Chicken sheesh something.
The main dish above was nice but definitely nothing close to the Arab restaurant at Cyberjaya. The Music was maybe just a shade louder than we were confortable with but the Belly dancing was superb. Sadly no pictures cos I was too mesmerize by the moves to remember clicking away. Next time..I promise!

Al-Amar Lebanese Cuisine. Lot 6.10.00. Level 6 Pavillion.
Tel: 03-21661011


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