Walking into Hannibal Lebanese restaurant in Glebe instantly feels like you’re not really in Sydney any more. With lush Persian rugs hanging wall to wall and rows of plump pillows beautifully embroided, it could easily be a dining hall in some ancient Arabic royal palace. Okay, maybe not quite. But the food certainly helps sustain the illusion. This is the place in Sydney, just a few miles from the CBD on Glebe Point Road, to indulge in a true Middle Eastern feast. So don’t hold back ﹘ grab some fresh, still warm Lebanese flatbread, or khobz, and dip into some creamy baba ganouj or hummus with minced lamb and pine nuts, or wrap it around some juicy lamb kafta or fried eggplant and a hundred other delicious offerings on the menu. It’s all about sharing and enjoying yourself, so get a group together and book at Hannibal Glebe now to get in on the fun.
Excellent food and service, great ambiance like being in Arabian country . Low table, cushions and arazzi on the walls. Great quality of food, vines leaves and falafel are the best.
A very relaxed and accomdating atmosphere, great food,very helpful staff,an all round great dinning experience for our first time visit.We will be back with friends
Amazing food and such a beautiful place, I totally recommend it, we were 5 and all of us loved it, that was a great experience, thanks a lot
yummy food. comes with a warning though.. food coma. great atmosphere and friendly staff. def going back 😆
It was a quiet Saturday night with no entertainment but the food was really nice. We had the 12 dish feast for 2 people and were really full! They also provided a nice wine selection. I would go back : )
A fine night at the House of Hannibal. We were transported by the decor, tantalised by the foodstuffs, enchated by the wait staff. It was a sulty summer night. We felt the vibe, the beat, the ancient streets of Lebanon.
Food freshly made, tasty but a bit low on the spicy (hot and savoury) front. and hopeless with cocktails. Lebanese coffee dumbed down - not a patch on what you'd get in the middle east
The service was very slow; felt understaffed. Food was very slow to come out (even things which didn't require cooking, like pickles). Food was okay though.
while the servings were generous, the quality of the food quality was ordinary. It did not prove to be a true persian or middle eastern experience. The exception was the hummus which was excellent