Zahrat Lebnan

Top choice lebanese in Downtown

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Amid a cluster of Middle Eastern snack and grill outlets, a short walk from the Qasr Al Hosn, the Lebanese Flower is a local legend, attracting a multinational clientele of city residents who come here for mezze feasts of stuffed vine leaves, falafel, hummus, and fatayer (stuffed mini-pastries), generously portioned kebab and shawarma plates, and cheap sandwiches. You can't go wrong.