Mumbai’s finest authentic Lebanese fine dining restaurant by restaurateur Faiz and Fahad Kadawalla, armed with real flavours from the streets of Beirut, luscious roasted meats and original fluffy Arabic bread put together in delicious harmony by an acclaimed Lebanese chef, Arbab is all set to expand and launch 2 new outlets in Mumbai by the end of 2021. They have also expanded their Bandra outlet and are coming with a new french style menu.
Influenced by various civilizations in its history – Roman/Phoenician, Turkish and French, Lebanese cuisine has a unique character, different from other Levantine spread.
Commenting on the expansion, Faiz Kadawalla says, “We can’t be more delighted to be expanding especially in these trying times. Arbab has been very special and expanding has always been on the cards. Our culture, art, and technique have been loved by everyone and this is how I say shukran to all the customers who have loved the authenticity of our food and ambience.”
Enjoy every meal like you are sitting on the streets of Beirut with the perfect mix of spices to create delectable treats. From hummus to the cold mezzeh to flatbread pizzas with your style of toppings, we will surely have you wanting for more.
At Arbab, there is much more to the Shawarma than meets the eye. Shawarma making is an art, with just the right 15 spices combined with the perfect cooking technique to bring out the juiciness and tenderness of the meat, the Arbab Chicken and Mutton Shawarma Platters are made of melt-in-your-mouth goodness. From the Grilled Section opt for Arayes or Toshka – Arabic bread with different fillings. Conventional specialities like Reyash – Grilled Lamb Chops and Mashawi Mushakkal that includes classic staples – lamb kebab, shish tawouk, lamb tikka, and lamb chops served with grilled vegetables.
End your meal Arbab style with delightful desserts such as ‘Baklava’, the traditional ‘Knafeh’ – Arabic cake, ‘Umm Ali’ – an Egyptian style bread pudding and pair them with a great cup of Suleimani Chai, Moroccan Tea or Turkish Coffee.
Take a trip to Beirut right from your al-fresco table at Arbab in Bandra. And when you do, all you have to do is let out a mighty sigh and say ‘shukran.’