Restaurants - Lebanese
Lebanese restaurants offer Lebanese cuisine, which use a lot of starches, whole grain, fruits and vegetables, fresh fish and sea food. Lebanese restaurants use poultry rather than red meat in their cuisine. Red meat is usually lamb. Lebanese restaurants stand apart in their use of garlic and olive oil and lemon juice. Lebanese restaurants most often grill or bake and sauté food in olive oil. Lebanese restaurants and their menus are often dictated by the seasons. Lebanese restaurants very rarely serve drinks without food. A traditional Lebanese restaurant offers meze which is an array of small dishes placed before the guests creating an array of colors, flavors, textures and aromas, basically for entertaining and cafes. Lebanese restaurants customary dessert includes baklava, which is internationally known.