The Best Ways To Enjoy Lebanese Food

The Best Ways To Enjoy Lebanese Food

There are many reasons and many ways how to best enjoy Lebanese food especially if you dine at Elie’s Tent.

Lebanon is home to some of the world’s most popular dishes such as the Pita & Hummus combination and the sweet Baclawa and Lebanese coffee pot for dessert. But few dishes in Lebanese cuisine are acquired tastes that’s why some people shy away from the opportunity to explore the world of Lebanese cooking. Other prejudices against culture also take effect but these should be overcome to realise the wonders of Lebanese culture through their food. To guide you on how to best enjoy Lebanese food, here are some reminders you can consider:

The best way to enjoy Lebanese food is by eating with an open mind.

Every likeness to a cuisine starts with the first bite, but you can never disagree that second chances are all it takes to make or break your decision. So, even if you had a bad experience of when you first tasted Lebanese food, there’s nothing wrong with trying to expose yourself to another opportunity to like the food. Your palette may have changed since the last time you tasted the food, or the cooking of the meal or the ingredients in the dish wasn’t to your liking. And that is why one of the best ways to enjoy Lebanese food is to eat it with an open mind or try again with an open heart.

Some Lebanese cuisines are served raw but have good seasoning like the Kibbeh Nayeh or the fresh ground lamb tenderloin mixed with burghul or wheat cereal and then seasoned with special herb spices. Bastorma is another dish that may look like it is served raw but it’s actually delicious thin slices of hot seasoned smoked beef  best paired with vegetables. And for those who aren’t fond of vegetables outside of salads, try the Maghmour, a mouthwatering ragout Lebanese style soup made from eggplant, chickpeas, parsley, tomato, onion, garlic, and a mint leaf to garnish.

The best way to enjoy Lebanese food is by having it under the right ambiance.

Another perfect way to enjoy Lebanese food us by having the meal in the mother country itself, But if you can’t go to Lebanon, the next best option is to dine at authentic Lebanese restaurants with dishes cooked by genuine Lebanese people. Authentic Lebanese restaurants do not only get the perfect taste but they also often get the right ambience of a perfect dining experience in Lebanon. From people sat faced each other surrounding an area where belly dancers can entertain to walls filled with real Lebanese antiques and a Lebanese family cooking your dishes and serving your their lovely food, you can surely feel as if you are having an authentic dining experience in Lebanon.

The best way to enjoy Lebanese food is with the company of your friends and family.

Dining with the company of your family and friends is always more enjoyable than eating alone. Conversation flows when you are with your loved ones, and you get to appreciate the food more because of the good atmosphere that surrounds you. From holidays to personal occasions, it’s best to celebrate them with good food, live entertainment and the perfect atmosphere surrounded by your family and friends.

The best way to enjoy Lebanese food is when you dine at Elie’s Tent.

Elie’s Tent is an authentic Lebanese restaurant run by the Jabbour family, a Lebanese Family residing in Perth, Western Australia. We serve fresh halal cuisines every day with lamb specialities and a menu inclusive of vegan and vegetarian dishes. Aside from that, we are also a belly dancing restaurants that have monthly performances (and on special occasions) called Harem Nights. Live music and genuine Lebanese belly dancers entertain the people as they dine and enjoy the night.

Elie’s Tent is located at 610 Albany Highway Victoria Park, Perth. We are open Mondays to Thursdays from 11 am to 9 pm, Fridays and Saturdays until 11 pm, and Sundays from 5:30 pm to 9 pm. For reservations, please contact us on (08) 6111 4145 or visit the reservations page to book online. We accept bookings for private events and we do catering services as well.

+ There are no comments

Add yours