AL NAFOURA RES­TAU­RANT (57)

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“Cel­e­brate more than just renowned cui­sine; en­joy the unique Le­banese de­sign and am­bi­ence in the spa­cious Le­banese res­tau­rant Al Nafoura at Le Méridien Jakarta.” LE MÉRIDIEN JAKARTA JALAN JENDERAL SUDIRMAN KAV. 18 –20 JAKARTA 10220 TEL: (+62) 21 251 3131 EMAIL: DIN­ING.JAKARTA@LEMERIDIEN.COM WWW.LEMERIDIENJAKARTA.COM

A melt­ing pot of cul­ture and de­sign, Al Nafoura is a two-story Le­banese res­tau­rant ex­ud­ing a re­laxed and com­fort­able at­mos­phere. The unique de­sign of Al Nafoura em­pha­sises a Mediter­ranean and Mid­dle Eastern am­bi­ence with its tex­tured sand­stone walls and ter­ra­cotta floor­ing set to vividly con­trast the richly coloured hand-crafted arte­facts.

The res­tau­rant has an open kitchen with a ver­ti­cal ro­tat­ing spit roast­ing and slow-cook­ing shawarma to per­fec­tion, along­side large, wood-fu­elled ovens in which a wide va­ri­ety of breads are baked. With two pri­vate din­ing rooms and an out­door ter­race to en­joy shisha and tra­di­tional desserts, Al Nafoura is per­fect for both so­cial gath­er­ings as well as ca­sual hang-outs.

The must-tries at Al Nafoura in­clude Lamb Ouzi, braised lamb shank Ouzi-style served with ori­en­tal rice, as­sorted nuts and yoghurt sauce, Cous­cous Ma Dalah­haruf, lamb chop grilled with Le­banese pis­ta­chio sauce served with cous­cous and steamed veg­eta­bles, and the fa­mous Le­banese dessert Bak­lawa, which is small pas­tries baked to the point where the but­tery crust melts in your mouth, mixed with cashews and pis­ta­chios, served with honey, straw­berry sauce and fresh mint.

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