Restaurant of the day: Al Hamra, for fine Lebanese food (and shisha!) in Mayfair


Al Hamra restaurant is named after a palace in Granada, Southern Spain, and serves up some of our favourite flavours from the Arab world.

The restaurant is located in Shepherd Market, affectionately known as the village of Mayfair. It was established in 1984 and is now recognised as one of the foremost Lebanese restaurants offering authentic cuisine in an old-school setting. And for the smokers, Al Hamra also has an outdoor area which serves shisha.

The restaurant is busy with both Londoners and visitors from the Middle East, so booking a table is recommended, especially in the summer months.

The menu, available in Arabic, offers great Lebanese dishes including Grilled Baby Chicken (£18.50), Baked Dover Sole Fish (£28.75), and Prime Cut of Lamb Fillet (£22.75).



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