Abaan Taste of Lebanon

Abaan is a Lebanese restaurant that has opened up recently in Karachi to cash in on the growing Pakistani interest in Middle Eastern cuisine. Although a handful of Arabic cuisine […]

Abaan is a Lebanese restaurant that has opened up recently in Karachi to cash in on the growing Pakistani interest in Middle Eastern cuisine.

Although a handful of Arabic cuisine restaurants exist in Karachi, almost all of them are open-air cafesque types. What

4 Comments

  1. Hammad

    i dont know man, i wanted to check out abaan, but at the prices i cant say poorly cooked kebabs and disappointing rice dishes are justifiable.

  2. Hammad

    btw go to deli, eat their mezzeh platter, amazing!

  3. SK

    There have been equal number of good and bad reviews I’ve come across regarding Abaan.

    My biggest gripe with the place is that it’s not authentic Lebanese. If you can live with that, you should definitely have a go at it at least once.

    Just choose your dish wisely. Check out this Sunday’s Dawn Magazine which carries a review of Abaan.

    That ought to give you more fodder to make up your mind. Here’s the link:
    http://www.dawn.com/2011/09/18/eating-out-middle-eastern-manna.html

  4. SK

    Yes, I’ve heard about Deli’s mezzeh platter. But not in so many good words. Reckon I’ll have to go and see for myself.

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