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At Meshwi, slow-cooked Lebanese cuisine is served up fresh and fast in a sleek location on Sydney’s Ramsay Street. Right in the heart of Haberfield, the family-run restaurant takes an ancient cuisine and raises the hip factor by making it accessible and affordable to Sydney’s younger crowd. But you don’t have to be young to enjoy this local hotspot – Meshwi delights guests of all ages with its delicious offering and smiling service.
Really loved it. Have been there before & will definitely go again. Simple open plan restaurant, nothing flash but food was great. Mixed plate was awesome. Meat was juicy & tender. Staff were warm and friendly; good service.
Modern and filled with light, Meshwi attracts diners from all across Sydney to their conveniently located premises on Haberfield’s Ramsay Street. Open seven days a week until late, Meshwi serves lunch and dinner items including freshly cooked chicken, wraps, burgers, mixed platters, traditional specialties and a number of side items. Despite its recent opening, Meshwi has already gained a loyal following of falafel lovers and tabouli addicts. Keeping tradition alive, Meshwi is run by brothers Michael and Nick, alongside their aunt, who whip up the restaurant’s incredible specialties using time-honored recipes and traditional cooking techniques passed down in their family from generation to generation.
Known especially for their barbecued dishes, diners can’t stop raving about the Meshwi’s chicken. Order a half chicken served with chips and a soft drink, or go big with a whole chicken meal. Vegetarians love the falafel wrap topped with tahini sauce, and the vegetarian plate (falafel, salad, pickles, baba ghanouj, hummus and bread) is always a crowd pleaser. Be sure to order a side of garlic bread or meshwi potatoes to accompany your meal, if you’re hungry enough – no matter what you choose, it’s sure to be packed with flavour and cooked with love at this family-owned establishment in Sydney’s Haberfield.