Little Beirut Bistro
Little Beirut Bistro is a little slice of Lebanon in Indooroopilly, offering authentic Mediterranean cuisine, that comes to life on weekends with live music and belly dancing.
This charming Lebanese bistro provides plenty of seating for couples, families and large groups, boasting a spacious dining room furnished with dark timber tables and chairs, with delicate lanterns suspended from the ceiling, and a beautiful mural of the Rock of Raouché, a natural landmark off the coast of Beirut in the Mediterranean Sea.
The modern-infused, mouth-watering menu features all of your favourite Lebanese fare, from house-made dips and hot and cold mezza, to plentiful platters, plus a deluxe banquet.
Dishes, designed to be shared, include cold salads (tabouleh and fattoush), hot mezza - think kibbeh, sambousek, spicy sujak and makanek sausages, and batata harra (pan-fried potato cubes tossed with mild chilli and fresh garlic) - with more substantial offerings such as shish tawook (grilled chicken skewers) and beef shawarma (marinated beef strips) served with fattoush, rice and tahini.
For a flavour-filled feast, you can't go wrong with Little Beirut's platter for two piled with skewers (chicken, lamb, kafta and fish), kibbeh, falafel, fattoush, Lebanese bread and homemade hommus.
For the ultimate Lebanese experience, the Deluxe Banquet (minimum of 3 people) features a selection of dips, lentils, loubya, moussaka, fatayer, falafel, chicken wings, chicken and kafta skewers, tabouleh and fattoush salads, plus an array of sweets.
If you still have room, indulge in a traditional, house-made Lebanese sweet like baklawa, namoura or rize bil halib (rice pudding); while Lebanese coffee and loose leaf tea make the perfect accompaniment to any sweet finale.
Little Beirut is fully-licensed with a carefully-curated wine list, craft beer on tap, international brews - Peroni, Corona and Almaza Pilsner (Lebanese) - and cheeky cocktails like Bomb in Beirut (gin, tequila, rum and vodka over ice with Coke and lime), Ahew Martini (Little Beirut's twist on an espresso martini), and Shu Habib - peach liqueur, blue curacao, rose syrup, vodka and Sprite.
On weekends, Little Beirut Bistro offers a lively Lebanese experience with live entertainment including traditional music and belly dancing.
Nice to know - Little Beirut's menu includes vegetarian and vegan fare.
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Little Beirut Bistro
Cnr Clarence Rd