This review has been long overdue and even though there is nothing fancy about the restaurant their food talks for them! Sewar Al Sham is a hidden gem in this city and our favourite weekday indulgence.
This is not the usual small-time Lebanese place that is not suited for women. The ambiance is very welcoming, clean interiors, hygienic atmosphere and kid friendly to top it all – there! they got their brownie points! There is no segregation in areas, but families can easily enjoy a good time.
In the longest time I can remember this happening, the entire last week saw home delivered food or eating out at to go places every single day because I was taking care of the little one who wasn’t well and later in the week, it was passed on to me.
We are a family that puts food on the top – in sickness too. The week kick started with breakfast at Shakespeare and Co. and included superb mixed Saj with Cafe Mocha – It was delectable.
I can write about food everyday and not always being able to share the food love with you each time I think of it is disappointing. There will be a summary once a week with minimal words and more pictures giving you a little insight before you read the detailed review later and I’ll call this little space – What’s on the menu?
This week started slow on eating out and concentration was more towards being home, cooking and trying my hand at making vada pav (commonly known as Mumbai Burger). I, also, experimented with making the Maharashtrian Garlic chutney – which wasn’t the perfect texture but I will give it a try again till I can get the condiment consistency right.