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Al Waha means "oasis," and at the award-winning Al Waha restaurant, you'll dine on our carefully prepared Middle Eastern specialties, all in a peaceful, relaxed, yet elegant environment. (We are the same Al Waha you remember from the Piccadilly area -- we've just left the hustle and bustle of the West End, and now call the more tranquil Notting Hill area home.)
the best Lebanese food, and we do so by using fresh products daily,
employing traditional techniques in preparing our dishes.
our popular entrees, including delicately marinated and grilled meats,
poultry and seafood. Don't forget to end with any one of our popular
sweets, including hand-made baklawa. And don't miss our selection of
premiere Lebanese wines, and traditionally-prepared coffees.
eggplant with sesame paste and lemon juice
We hope you'll agree with Guardian food critic Matthew Fort, who said:
Also, if you are a vegetarian, vegan or pescatarian, or following a healthy "Mediterranean Diet," you'll be pleased to find that Al Waha offers a wide selection of delectable starters and entrees, all carefully prepared to order, using the freshest vegetables, spices, beans and ingredients. Our Lebanese cuisine includes many delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes, and our focus on the freshest ingredients, and grilling and baking rather than frying, make dining with Al Waha not only delicious, but healthy!
our menu, take a look (and try!) some of our sample recipes, and feel
free to contact me personally if I can help you in any way. I look forward
to having you as our guest at Al Waha soon.
About Our Art and Logo: Mouneer al-Shaarani
The paintings in Al Waha,
and Al Waha's logo, are by renowned calligrapher artist Mouneer
All I know is that this is glorious food I could eat every day of the week. What else matters?