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Byblos, 11 St. Andrew’s Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

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What: Fancy looking Lebanese restaurant.

Prices: Reasonable, edging towards above average. Veggie main courses for around €14, small veggie dishes around €5. Assemble a few of these (see photo below) or share a veggie mezze for €19.

Vegetarian menu: Extensive. I didn’t count, but it’s possible that more of the dishes on the menu are vegetarian than not. Babaganoush, hummus, falafel, spiced potatoes, spinach parcels, garlic mushrooms, fatayer veg, olives and pickles, sambousek cheese and many more.

Drinks: They seem to offer most alcoholic drinks, but didn’t have much in the way of soft drinks or fruit juices.

Service: Efficient and friendly. No complaints.

Comfortable: Yes, it’s bright with soft background music. Temperature was fine, too. Perhaps the tables could be a little bigger. If it’s very busy I can imagine that it might feel a bit squashed, though, as some of the tables are quite close together. Overall, it’s comfortable.

Was the food good? Yes. Really good. We ordered several small veggie dishes to share and they were all very tasty. The pitta was excellent, perfectly toasted. They warm the side plates which is a really nice touch.

Toilets: Up two flights of stairs. Nothing fancy but clean and functional. It was hard to get the toilet paper out of the dispenser. The interior room with the sink (in the ladies) was dark, and I couldn’t find a light switch.

My advice to the chef: Keep up the good work!

My advice to the manager: A better variety of non-alcoholic drinks would be welcome.

Overall: An excellent option for vegetarians.

Click on photos to increase size.

Lots of smaller dishes make a great meal


Part of the extensive veggie menu

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