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11th April 2010

No No’s Lebanese Restaurant

posted in Restaurant Reviews by John @ 8:49 am |

158 Musgrave Rd, Red Hill, Qld

One of the world’s great cuisines is that of Western Asia, and the vegetarian platter for two served at No No’s succeeds in touching the main bases with aplomb. It compises two of the standard dips, hummus and baba ghanoush, both of them beautifully textured, a dish of green beans, chick peas in a garlicky tomato sauce, tabouli, vine leaves stuffed with a rice mixture, and slices of omelette. If anything the portions we were served were too generous, and and left us unable to tackle the array of dairy-free pastries which would round off such a meal perfectly. This is a flavoursome and very healthy cuisine of  strong tastes that leaves the mouth feeling clean; a Lebanese cook is said to have commented that when she finished cooking a dish she always squeezed an extra lemon over it. While the surroundings at No No’s are not elegant, for food of such quality it is amazingly cheap, and the friendly staff, who obviously enjoy what they do, are happy to  serve the food as takeaways.

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