After reading a positive review about Ahwak By Abed El Wahab, I decided that I really have to visit this place to enjoy some good Lebanese food (After all, Abed El Wahab is one of the top Lebanese restaurants).
- Two BONELESS baby chicken platters with grilled potatoes
- “Ahwak” Kabab platter
- Taouk Platter
- Dull, colourless and unappealing plates
- The Taouk was undercooked and inedible (I wish I remembered to photograph it)
- By definition, “boneless” means “without bones”, but unfortunately Ahwak doesn’t share the same definition. The baby chicken still had the hip bones.
- The baby chicken was tasteless, no seasoning or marinating whatsoever.
- My friend didn’t get his grilled veggies but he was too hungry to wait more!
- The kabab was a complete disaster: we figured by its name that it’s a signature dish; yet the kabab was as thin as plastic straws, with some bitter unappealing eggplant that was burnt and chewy as hell.
- The platters came with some dead mixed greens on the side that made the platters look even worse. (At least add some lemon oil sauce and make it a side salad, it doesn’t cost that much guys)
- We ordered some bread that came an hour after, while we were paying the bill.