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Titanic Cafe

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by Kristina (subscribe)
My name is Kristina and I'm a freelance writer studying full time at university.
Published January 3rd 2013
A restaurant with a buzzing vibe and a cheerful aroma
I ventured out of my comfort zone as I arrived at this cafe/restaurant. However, to my surprise I did feel quite at home. The Titanic is not your ordinary Lebanese restaurant. People generally come to this place for the various different varieties of hookah flavours. (For those of you who do not know what hookah is, it is an instrument for which you smoke flavoured tobacco out of called Mu'assel).



The restaurant has an eclectic and buzzing vibe. I must assume that hookah brings people together in its own way. It is quite hard to have a quiet conversation with a date as the sound of conversation is heavy in the air. It is rather a restaurant that a group of friends could come to share a few stories over a hookah.

The staff at the Titanic are quite friendly, however they do have their favourite customers which is clear to see. If you go there often enough, they will soon know you by name and treat you like family.

I, myself was lucky enough to meet someone there that was a frequent customer which made my night very enjoyable as the service was extremely prompt and the staff were very polite and welcoming. To my delight the food was quite appetizing and there was a wide variety of choice. After a tasteful meal there was also a generous range of deserts including the restaurant's most popular selection of gelato flavours.

The Titanic is definitely a must visit, preferably with a group of friends as the restaurant has an exciting nightlife and lively aroma. The more the merrier.
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Why? Friendly food at an interesting place
When: Open 7 Days for Lunch & Dinner
Phone: (02) 9708 3688
Where: 49 Raymond Street, Bankstown
Cost: Cheap-Moderate
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