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Arz Lebanese Cuisine

Opens at 10:00:PM

Shop 2, 78 Cheltenham Road (Cnr Allen Street), Dandenong VIC

1 Review

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Full butterfly charcoal chicken with continental rice, salad, creamy garlic dip and pickles or chips, salad, pickles and creamy garlic sauce.

About Arz Lebanese Cuisine

For a little taste of the Middle East in the heart of the Dandenong, head along Cheltenham Road to discover hidden gem, Arz Lebanese Cuisine. A modern interior awaits with a palette of soft beige and brown, plush booth seating, stone stacked walls and a marble counter, making for a stylish space to enjoy authentic Lebanese fare with friends. Arz’s menu showcases dishes from recipes passed down from generation to generation, using the traditional cooking method of Shawarma - cooking meat over hot coals on a rotisserie. Enjoy breakfast options of za’atar spiced cheese breads and hummus, or sample hearty lunch dishes of butterfly charcoal chicken with rice, salad, garlic dip and pickles as well as the lamb kebab platter served with garlic sauce and crunchy chips finished with sweet baklava.

Location & Map

Shop 2, 78 Cheltenham Road (Cnr Allen Street), Dandenong 3175 VIC - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  Closed
Tue  11:00:AM - 11:00:PM
Wed  11:00:AM - 11:00:PM
Thu  11:00:AM - 11:00:PM
Fri  11:00:AM - 11:30:PM
Sat  10:00:AM - 11:30:PM
Sun  10:00:PM - 11:00:PM

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Member Reviews (1)


Great Lebanese food in the suburbs
The first to arrive at the table was the cold mezze which included a trio of dips – hummus, garlic tahini dip and beetroot dip along with bread and tabbouleh. Classics done well but that beetroot dip deserves extra mention because it was really delicious.Soon arrived the hot mezze…Lebanese sausages grilled to perfection (really delicious), chicken livers cooked with onions and spices (another fabulous dish) and a platter of falafels, fried kibbeh, pickles, onions with sumac, all served on a bed of lettuce. While all the dishes were excellent, the sausages and falafels stood out to me personally as the most delicious.And then it was time for the grilled meats to arrive…a platter laden with chips, chicken skewers, lamb seekh kebabs and beef skewers topped with more of the sumac spiced onions. The skewers were pretty similar to many others I have had at other Middle Eastern restaurants. The lamb kebabs were really good but the beef was not tender enough to be enjoyed. And while the chips have become standard fare in Australia, I would have preferred a salad instead.