Habibi , Fine Lebanese Cuisine

Habibi” (Arabic for “beloved”) in West Delhi, you can feast on cuisine from Syria, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Morocco, as also Afghanistan also be serving Indian cuisine influenced by the North-West Frontier region till the kingdom of Avadh. Serving authentic Lebanese, Moroccan and Indian cuisine, some of the signature dishes of the restaurant include Lebanese Stews &  Moroccan Tagines, Avadhi Kababs and curries and many more.

Habibi promises to be a game changer in Rajouri Gardren’s foodscape. With a culinary team specially flown in from the Middle East, Habibi is as-authentic-as it gets to dine in the streets of Beirut or Marrakesh ,

Arabic music welcomes diners to a casual and eclectic setting. The restaurant’s have great interiors and offer plenty of seating and a relaxed vibe.

As you enter the restaurant, the brown, golden and maroon-hued interiors give you an Afghani feel while the music tunes you into the food you are about to opt for Designed with a modern perspective, Habibi at Rajouri Garden tells the inimitable story of food and culture through a colourful and flavourful palette of cuisines with an interactive Kitchen, with a well stocked bar . Habibi also offers Tanoura (Sufi whirling) dancers every Saturday and belly dancers every Friday.

At Habibi, you will have the chance to experience a different taste, a rich and delicious cuisine, a dream for the gourmets. All this, at an affordable price . Menu full of tongue-twisting but interesting names given to the lamb, chicken and vegetarian concoctions.Hummus Beiruty, fattoush salad, falafel, fatayer, manakish (Arabic pizza), shawarma, Moroccan tagines and the Arabic dessert Mohalabiya. Those looking for Indian dishes must try Dal Makhani , Kashmiri Rogan Josh and Butter Chicken . It does take a few minutes to decide what you really want.

Start with a selection of mezze platter , including dips and salads. Then work through falafel and pita bread the Lebanese way . The platter and several dips my fav . Dip called Baba Ghanoush, of baked eggplant the garlicky white sauce often dolloped alongside kebabs and rolls took my entire attention . The falafel roll was tender and juicy and the wrap was tasty. It also was large, which is good because I ended up stealing most of it. In the mains we had Moroccan khudar musshakal  mixed vegetables cooked with rich spices with excellent texture and taste  and Panneer curry cooked in tangy Moroccan gravy along a must recommend one with khameeri roti and rich in flavours saffron rice . Every dish looks like a work of art and it breaks your heart to dig into it with forks and knives mercilessly. But, ultimately your carnal desire takes over and the plate is wiped clean in minutes .

Bar at Habibi is also a bar where you can try special cocktails and shots created especially to fit the concept, as well as Liquors chosen to match the tasty cuisine , The extensive beverage menu consists of a selection of signature cocktails and mocktails along with a distinct list of best domestic & international spirits, wines and beers. We had Kalahua and the signature cocktail based with Bombay sapphire , a perfect drink to enjoy the ambience and the food .

Diners can end their meal with a Arabic coffee, and there’s even occasional belly dancing shows held every Friday . Mr.Gagan the G.M. he’s is the one person who understands and provide’s an excellent customer service – a new guest experience. Thanks for making our evening all the more special . A must visit and recommended Habibi

Habibi Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Where: C-13, First Floor, Opposite Metro Pillar 414, Vishal Enclave, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi

Meal for two: Rs 1,200 plus taxes without alcohol.
Timings: 12 p.m to 12:00 a.m


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