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Saffron Cafe: Lebanese
Very nice indeed, and not over-expensive.
My fried potatoes with chilli and spices were not too hot, and just right for a quick lunch. Service was pleasant and friendly.
Sicilian Avenue is a really pleasant pace to sit outside and eat........there are several options. It is particularly good if you are visiting the British Museum, because it is only a few minutes' walk yet well away from the tourist-focused cafes and pubs in the area right next to the museum itself.
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Saffron Cafe: One of Best Lebanese Cuisine in London
One of the best restaurant to test the Middle Eastern cuisine in London. just 2 minutes walk from holborn station. (central and Piccadilly lines)
The restaurant is offers wide range of food such as
1-Hommos (Pureed chick peas with sesame oil, lemon juice and a touch of garlic)
2-Moutabel (Baked aubergines ...
3- Kabis Zaitoon, Toum, Harr (Selection of Lebanese pickles, loives, garlic sauce and chili sauce.
4- Sanbousek Biljibneh (Pastry filled with fetta cheese)
5-Falafel: Ground chick peas and broad bean, mixed with spices and fried)
6- Fatoush (Mixed Fresh salad with herbs and toasted lebanese bread)
The shop also offers some vegetarian Mujadara, Bam yeh Bilzeit, Moussaa'at Badhinjan, Loubieh Bzeit, Batata Harra
and also non vegetraian including Suyahdiyah, lahmeh wo rozz, dajaj wo rozz, Kefta bel seneya, and shaikh almehshi.
The day dish would cost you 8 pounds, Sandwishes on Pitta bread would cost you 4 pounds.
Favorite Dish: Mujadara (Rice and Lentils with fried onions and spices, and Falafel
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