Diwan al-Sultan Ibrahim Restaurant
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Diwan al-Sultan Ibrahim Restaurant information
The Diwan comes highly recommended by wealthy locals and expats for its high-quality Lebanese food. Among the meals are frogs legs with garlic and coriander, and deep-fried brains (the last being something of an acquired taste). The fresh-fish selection is good, the batrkh (roe) is popular, and there are good salads and some Western dishes.