The Middle Feast comes to Merrylands West courtesy of cousins George and Ben Mannah, who bring with them a passion for Lebanese culinary culture, to the delight of diners in Sydney’s Western suburbs. The Middle Feast’s premises down Sherwood Road are warm and inviting, with an open barbecue where you can watch the chefs prepare this Middle Eastern restaurant’s succulent, signature grilled dishes, plus a private dining room that can accommodate up to 40 guests.
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First time coming ; we loved it; very friendly stuff , delicious food and loved the cultural atmosphere with the comfortable sitting ; definitely coming back again soon.
Great service, amazing atmosphere and the food was fantastic ..
The Mannahs grew up understanding that one of the keystones to the good life was to get together with friends and family over good food. They also grew up in households where delicious Lebanese and Middle Eastern dishes were a part of daily life – these guys know their stuff when it comes to this kind of cuisine. The Middle Feast was founded with these two understandings at the forefront, opening its doors on Sherwood Road in Sydney’s Merrylands West in order to bring locals the very best Middle Eastern meze and meats, salads, breads, dips and wraps.
One of the best ways to get stuck into what The Middle Feast have to offer is to take the plunge and order one of their two banquet menus, for a fixed price per head. The most lavish of these, the Middle Feast Grand Banquet, offers up an incredible array of dishes that run the gamut of Lebanese and Middle Eastern specialties. Breads, pickles and olives alongside dips like toum, hummus, baba ghanouj and labni are just the beginning. The divine Levantine cheese known as shanklish makes an appearance as well as beef and cheese sambousek, kebbe, makanik, bowls of tabouleh, fatoush, kafta, and succulent grilled chicken and lamb. If you book in at The Middle Feast’s Merrylands West restaurant for a feast like this, all we can say is you’re going to want to finish with a round of strong Lebanese coffee. This is some of the best in Sydney’s west.