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Friday, December 11, 2009




Beirut is a well established Lebanese restaurant chain in Bangkok with branches on Silom Road (Silom 64 J-City) and Sukhumvit Road (Erawan Ploenchit Centre).

Beirut's hummus was aromatic and smooth, while the grilled chicken was tender and moist although CP frozen chicken was part of the ingredients, proven that with master culinary skill ingredients became secondary in a kitchen. The only disappointment was we found microwaved pita bread in a plastic bag.

Beirut Lebanese Restaurant ***1/2
G/Floor, Silom J-City
64 Silom Road

Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Tel.: 02.632.7448

Open daily : 11am - 11pm
Pay (food only for two): THB 800


in the sea said...

The first time I tried Lebanese cuisine was one of the very few foreign restaurants in Lan Kwai Fong in the early 90's. Back then it wasn't that busy. That restaurant is still there last week I passed by. In fact, Lebanese cuisine is quite nice in terms of variety.

If the restaurants defrost the frozen meat in conducting heat and not in a sudden temperature change, the meat is at least 60-70% good to fresh meat. Besides quick temperature change of frozen meat would lose lots of the natural nutrition, especially protein.

Thailand Club said...

yes, it is true that with correct handling method any ingredients could become gourmet on the hand of an able chef

in the sea said...

Cooking varies from different persons' points of view. Some treat it as a business. Some take it as a enjoyment sharing. Some take it as a devotion of living. Some even take it as an art. Finally most take it as a giving of love and care - our parents cook for us and we cook for our kids.

Andrew said...

The pita bread is all microwaved but they have freshly baked naan bread. Ever since I never ordered pita bread but fresh naan bread. Also recommend to try the desserts, I like the small pastries. Some of them have rose flavor in the crust with date as fillings, yummy!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow interesting Lebanese food, shall try next time!