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The Lebanese Burger at Lamb House
I'm back to Lamb House! Where the burger is famous, where food is traditional and authentic and where many accustomed local customers have been visiting with their families since years. 35 years in the business and yet, the Burger is a renowned delicacy.
When you say Lamb House, everyone knows it, one way or another. The place, open for 24 hours a day, serves a variety of Lebanese cuisine including their popular Lebanese burger.
Lamb House Restaurant was established in 1971, and ever since has continued to offer its customers traditional daily prepared Lebanese food. None of that frozen stuff that tastes like cardboard.
And when I say burger, I mean a simple yet loaded Lebanese burger – nothing fancy! A thin yet juicy piece of meat in a homemade sesame covered bun filled with tender French fries and coleslaw, a spread of cocktail sauce and crunchy pickles!
The lamb house burger is not those cheap kafta burgers they call homey but a burger that's just good. A tender yet lightly chewy bun topped with sesame seeds and filled with a load of coleslaw without a strong mayonnaise flavor and no added sugar, a spread of cocktail sauce, crunchy pickles, moist tomatoes and the meat. A thin meat that's so tender blending well with the mix. Lebanese it is!
It’s an interesting discovery one should try if you haven’t yet. Don't order a burger platter but the sandwich prepared by the chef.
The delicious and homey burger, loaded with passion – an easy recipe to set a smile on your face.
Other than that, try their shawarma and the famous Siyaddieh!