Beirut Grill

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Beirut Grill Address 72 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199485
Beirut Grill Nearest MRT DT14 EW12 Bugis MRT
Beirut Grill Website Website
Beirut Grill Phone +65 6341 7728
Beirut Grill Opening Hours Monday - Sunday : 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday & Saturday : 12:00pm - 12:00am
Beirut Grill Food Price S$15 - S$35 per pax

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What people say about Beirut Grill

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43 reviews
  • That is not going to stop us from having our fill of hummus and Beirut Grill is offering delivery options straight to your home

  • Packed with flavours and health benefits with no added preservatives and additives

  • The variety of hummus from Beirut Grill is made with chickpeas and other ingredients that comes in a myriad of colours

  • The Ultimate Tasting Platter ($49.90) will be the one to get as it comes with all the hummus’ flavours and pita bread

  • The Harissa with a spicy kick and the refreshing Dill

  • The Kampong Sambal which is a localized twist of hummus that has been added with Auntie Ratna’s homemae sambal

  • “Milk based pudding with Rose water topped with honey and Lebanese nuts

  • Nuts and crispy flakes topped with honey and nuts

  • Too heavy for my liking even if I was not stuffed

  • “Char grilled beef cubes marinated in chef’s special spices served with grilled vegetables and Oriental Arabic rice

  • “Char grilled pita bread filled with minced lamb mixed with pomegranate sauce served with potato wedges

  • ( the lamb taste was strong but not to the point where you find it difficult to finish the food

  • “Chickpea puree with seasame paste and lemon juice topped with extra virgin olive oil

  • My friend and I are not the most informed on how Middle Eastern food should taste and what is considered good but this was alright

  • The pita bread was soft and not too dry

  • “Deep fried fava bean and chickpeas croquettes served with tahini sauce and pickles

  • My friend and I are not the most informed on how Middle Eastern food should taste and what is considered good but this was a tad too salty for our liking

  • These Beirut lamb chops are marinated in Arabic herbs & spices

  • End your meal on a sugar high with the creamy Mouhalabiah (milk pudding) or the buttery Oum Ali (bread pudding)

  • This restaurant is amazing and lives up to all the hype promised

  • The calamari and clams weren’t flavored in the best way but the shrimps and fish

  • This cake with falafel and cheesy spring roll kind of things that were beyond amazing

  • Hummus and one more starting with M that I can’t for the life of me remember through this food coma

  • Excellent food and although it is more to the pricey side

  • Spicy wedges were just like any other potato wedges

  • Beef kebab (replaced with an additional serving of shish taouk as I do not eat beef)

  • Lemon juice and several spices before being skewered with onions and bell peppers)

  • The food portion was extremely generous

  • The Arabic rice was fragrant and cooked to perfection

  • All were absolutely delicious served with warm fresh pitta

  • The service was prompt and miracle of miracles here in Sg

  • The mixed grills are great to share

  • Only thing to note on the weekend is the loud bass from next door after 10pm if you’re inside

  • The hummus was the winner

  • It was enough for two and the meats were varied and quite tasty

  • Overall it was an enjoyable meal

  • Good food coupled with attentive and no fuss service made for a very pleasant night with our large group of friend and family

  • The drink menu is a bit average

  • The Bread served with the cold mezzanine plate had been freshly baked

  • The wine list is interesting and affordable ( so rare in Singapore)

  • The belly dancing show was fun and entertaining

  • Atmosphere was cost and it was a great place to chill

  • Was very friendly and helpful with the menu and the food was absolutely delicious

Questions & Answers About Beirut Grill

    1. Take Downtown Line MRT or East West Line MRT
    2. Alight at DT14 EW12 Bugis MRT
    3. Exit towards Exit E - Beach Road / Parkview Square
    4. Walk about 331 meters from Exit E - Beach Road / Parkview Square to Beirut Grill, walking time is around 6 mins.
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  • The nearest bus stop to Beirut Grill are
    • Plaza Parkroyal (bus stop no 01529) is 74 meters away around 2 mins walk, bus service no 100, 107, 107M, 961, 961C, 980 will stop in this bus stop.
    • Opp Plaza Parkroyal (bus stop no 01521) is 76 meters away around 2 mins walk, bus service no 100, 107, 107M, 961, 961C, 980 will stop in this bus stop.
    • Near Bali Lane (bus stop no 01549) is 141 meters away around 3 mins walk, bus service no 48, 2N, 4N will stop in this bus stop.
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