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Abdulís Restaurant

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by Brooke. A. R (subscribe)
Freelance writer from Sydney. Images are my own unless specified otherwise.
Published December 7th 2016
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Abdul's Lebanese restaurant surry hills vegetarian plate
Abdul's vegetarian plate


Are you are in the mood for a tasty Mediterranean feast? Abdul's Restaurant in Surry Hills is where you need to be. There is a reason this place has been around since 1968. Not only has the food remained consistent, it is affordable, fast and the portions are epic. A standout feature of this place is the freshness. From the complimentary Lebanese bread and olives to the tabouleh salad, the food is always fresh.

The place has a casual, relaxed vibe. The dťcor is unpretentious and the staff are welcoming. The dining areas are comfortable and seating is ample, however it is a good idea to book ahead on Friday and Saturday nights as the place fills up fast. The quiet time to visit is around lunch; you won't have any trouble getting a seat. If you are coming in a large group, try and book one of their beautiful cushion rooms. They even have professional belly dancers performing on weekends.

Abdul's Lebanese restaurant surry hills vegetarian plate
Abdul's vegetarian plate


The mixed plates $18.50 (pictured) are an appropriate choice for first timers, as you get to sample a range of different authentic flavours.

Vegetarians will delight at the extensive menu options. The fried eggplant drizzled with tahini comes out steaming hot. It is greasy, but 100% delicious. You really can't go wrong with their menu.

Be sure to refresh your palate with their tangy lemon drink. Order a whole jug as it is seriously addictive.

If you are in a rush you can always grab a takeaway kebab or mixed plate. You know it's good because it's always busy.

Pick up some fresh baklava on your way out too, they have a huge range. The Turkish delight melts in your mouth.

The whole experience will cost you around $25 each including drinks. They do take cards and are open 7 days a week.

Remember to come hungry.

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Why? Cheap, delicious, quick fresh food.
When: Sunday-Thursday: 10am-11pm, Friday-Saturday: 10am-12pm
Phone: (02) 9698 1275
Where: 563 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Cost: $25 each inclusing drinks
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