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Abdul’s of Surry Hills is a Lebanese restaurant that hungry Aussies in this part of Sydney can’t get enough of. In fact, you could say Abdul’s Restaurant is something of a Surry Hills institution, given that it opened in 1968 as a simple falafel sandwich joint and has since expanded into this glorious restaurant owing to wild demand. From the menu you can expect that same falafel recipe as well as plenty more besides, from juicy Lebanese mixed grills right through to homemade dips and salads. You’ll find Abdul’s Restaurant on Elizabeth Street where it’s definitely a good idea to arrive armed with an advanced reservation – this place is popular!
Huge portions, reasonably priced, no charge for BYO, gratuitous belly-dancer
Quick, cheap, good location, authentic Lebanese cuisine and value for money.
Great food and history but overcooked lamb and inefficient waiting staff lost points. (Dirty plates on table when staff are available etc).