Dining Out

Ideal venue for meal or celebration

THE perfect venue for a party, Jasmins Lebanese Restaurant is also the ideal destination for breakfast, lunch and dinner being open from 7am till 10pm daily.

Growing up in restaurants after his grandfather Abdul opened Australia’s first Lebanese restaurant in 1968 in Surry Hills which is there to this day, owner Abraham Ghazal said he was told to never compromise on freshness and don’t take shortcuts – a recipe for success that has paid off for three generations of the family.
“Our food is made with love and we work as hard as we can to keep this alive and respect what our restaurant’s success has been built on,” Abraham said.
With all snacks and meals very reasonably priced and all halal, the breakfast menu comprises an assortment of egg, beef, sausage and chickpea dishes, foul with tahini or tomato, shankleesh, labneh or fatteh.
For later in the day, there’s hot or cold Mezza, salads including tabouli, fattoush, garden and chicken salad, succulent seafood comprising barbecue prawns, calamari, fish and prawns, and seafood mixed plate, mashawi, kabseh chicken, kafta skewers, lamb skewers, chicken pieces, lemon and garlic chicken, chicken shish tawook and chicken shawarma to name a few.
There’s also a range of delicious wraps and kids meals like chicken nuggets with chips, and mixed plates, including lamb and kafta.
Along with four banquet options costing from $15 up to $30 a person, catering options feature mixed plates with veggies, chicken, beef or lamb.
Abraham says the recently upgraded menu boasts authentic Lebanese cuisine, with some dishes featuring a modern twist.
“We also offer award-winning falafel dishes which are very popular among young and older diners alike,” he added.