Fenicja restaurant, located in Warsaw, Poland, specializes in serving the Lebanese cuisine, rich in Mezza (appetizers), lava grill dishes and desserts. On the menu, you can find a wide range of vegetarian and meat dishes, also as take-away.
Fenicja, or Phoenicia, was an ancient civilization on the east coast of the Mediterranean, covering the areas of today’s Lebanon, western Syria, and northern Israel. Authentic traditional Lebanese cuisine is very old and part of Western Asian cuisine. It focuses on herbs, spices, and fresh ingredients, relying less on heavy sauces.
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The Lebanese can not imagine a full meal without soups, falafel, grilled meat, man’ouche (vegetarian pizza with wild thyme) as well as kibbeh, the national dish, made by harshly pounding the lamb and kneading in the spices and wheat.
Address: Świętokrzyska 32, 00-116 Warsaw, Poland
Official website: Restauracja Libańska
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