With Middle Eastern restaurant traditions that keep the restaurant in favour with its patrons, Al Sultan prides itself on the service, decoration and the food. They also pride themselves on certain dishes including the hummus shawarma with lamb and pine nuts, falafel, kibbeh, fattouch and moutabal but especially the tabbouleh. All are washed down with their eclectic wine menu
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51-52 Hertford Street
Visited this restaurant last time I was in London and had a fabulous time! The service was fast and courteous. The decor is clean and elegant. Every thing we ordered was delicious. We ended the meal with Mahoulabia (may have misspelled) for dessert and it was way better than expected. The restaurant is on a quiet but active mews. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.more
Didn't want to wait for the burger and lobster place and saw this on yelp. Very happy with my purchase as we say in my family, the food was really good, the hummus was the smoothest i have ever eaten. The lamb skewr was tender and very flavorful. The falafel was yummy.
We eat according to location, if we are in the area again, this is on the top of our list.
you will enjoy the foodmore
A long-standing restaurant of Shepherd's Market, Al-Sultan turns out well-executed, generous-proportioned Lebanese classics. I think the strengths of the menu are the mezze - we had some very nicely fried Kibbeh (the skin was very crisp), some hot sambousek, which was nice and airy inside and the standard fafafel and hummus. The bread was light, fluffy and excellent.
The grills were so-so....more
I'm a big fan of Lebanese cuisine and have tried at least 10 or so different restaurants in Central London. However, I always come back to Al Sultan and think it's consistently the best. It also seems to be v popular with Middle Eastern clients, which I guess is a good sign.
The menu is broad and contains all the usual options. Food is to a very high standard - fresh and tasty.
I had a very nice dinner here the other night.
We were warmly welcome to the largely empty restaurant on a cold, snowy Wednesday evening.
As far as I tell, they offer a rich, authentic Lebanese menu.
We started with warak inab (stuffed grape leaves), hommos (aka hummus), sambousek (a small meat-stuffed pastry) and it was all very good. We then had the meshwi mshakkal (mixed grill) and...more