The oldest Lebanese restaurants in Melbourne date back to 1967 – inspired by Ottoman immigration waves from Turkey and Lebanon. These days, the number of restaurants may be small, but its influence is deep when you consider there are only 70,000 Lebanese Australians. These hard working folks are first and second generation Australians who have made it to our safe harbors - bringing an entire culture of amazing dishes, and that “Home away from home” feeling with them. Plenty of Australians list Lebanese dishes like lamb chops or Chicken kebab as among their favorite dishes from the Aussie homeland.
These Lebanese restaurants around Melbourne go above and beyond in their presentation to you. Not only do you get incredible plates of Kibbeh Lamb, Falafel, Kebabs, Shawarma, and sweets like Baklava; You get fully immersed in this amazing slice of Lebanese-Australian culture. The dining rooms are regal, with a touch of modern architecture combined with Middle Eastern accents. The lighting is perfect for a meal with belly dancing entertainment - if you prefer!
In fact, belly dancing entertainment is one of the most iconic, beautiful, and fun parts of dining at Lebanese restaurants in Melbourne. These women come out in golden, shimmering gowns reminiscent of traditional Lebanese garb. The jewels and little hand symbols add a light jingle to the air, their energy tingling in joy. With beautiful hair done up in jewels and incredible dancing, these women are where famous pop stars like Shakira got their moves from. For dates and families alike, the atmosphere brightens when there is dancing in the air, and these incredible traditional belly dancers bring wonderful energy as you enjoy such worldly and delicious cuisines!
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