It’s no news that Lebanese food has a special spot in my heart. I love food that I can play with the ingredients to make amazing combinations, tweaking things for a different flavor every bite.
Another day, Hubby and I had some errands in Neutral Bay around lunchtime. THE perfect excuse to try a new place and Falafel Zaman was the chosen one for that day (great choice by the way).
The good thing about Lebanese food is that you can share everything. So this is what we did:
- To share: Mixed Grill Plate – skewers (1 kafta, 1 lamb, 1 chicken), fattoush salad, chips, 1 kibbeh, 2 falafels, hommus, garlic sauce, and 2 pieces of Lebanese bread.
- Hubby: Lamb Grilled Wrap – Grilled premium lamb fillets wrapped in Lebanese bread with hommus, onion/parsley, sumac, and pickles.
We’ve found their food super yummy and service was great. However, it was pricey for the amount of food, especially for the mixed plate. Perhaps I’m not used to the prices in that area, but I feel portions could be more generous.
Aside from that, I loved their falafel, not oily, crunchy on the outside and super moist on the inside.
Neutral Bay – Street Lebanese food
238 Military Rd, Neutral Bay NSW 2089
More information: www.falafelzaman.com.au