Cafe Beirut Reserve table

10812 Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
16 Reviews 4.5

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Opening hours

Monday 11:00 - 23:00

Tuesday 11:00 - 23:00

Wednesday 11:00 - 23:00

Thursday 11:00 - 23:00

Friday 11:00 - 23:00

Saturday 11:00 - 20:00


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Reviews

4 /5 Rating average

I went to Cafe Beirut to meet up with a group of about ten friends. It was a perfect place for us because it has counter service and you can pay as you go so as friends drifted in and out we just went up to order more food as we needed it and it was brought to the table in a prompt manner.The woman working was extremely busy as the entire restaurant was full and she also had take out orders coming through but she kept up well, preparing the food and bringing it out in a timely manner.This is good quality, convenient Lebanese food. The baba ghanoush was good, smokier than many places and this is something of an aquired taste. All other dips are very standard and what you would expect. They have very good vegetarian options as well as standard meat dishes.I will definitely go back although I would make a reservation next time.

4 /5 Rating average

I went to Cafe Beirut to meet up with a group of about ten friends. It was a perfect place for us because it has counter service and you can pay as you go so as friends drifted in and out we just went up...to order more food as we needed it and it was brought to the table in a prompt manner. The woman working was extremely busy as the entire restaurant was full and she also had take out orders coming through but she kept up well, preparing the food and bringing it out in a timely manner. This is good quality, convenient Lebanese food. The baba ghanoush was good, smokier than many places and this is something of an aquired taste. All other dips are very standard and what you would expect. They have very good vegetarian options as well as standard meat dishes. I will definitely go back although I would make a reservation next time.

2 /5 Rating average

We purchased a Groupon offering food at Cafe Beirut. We arrived at Cafe Beirut looking forward to Mediterranean food. What we observed was our table and one other were ordering a meal. The rest of guests were ordering hookah pipes and bottled water. We found this interesting and but not disturbing. However as the evening went on, the place filled with guests smoking. As our food arrived, the air was so full of smoke and the smell overpowered our dinner. It was hard to enjoy our food. It seems strange that we purchased a Groupon for food when food didn't appear to be the main focus of this cafe. Disappointed!

5 /5 Rating average

Enjoyed a savory and relaxing lunch at new location on 124 street. Service was attentive but well spaced. Kafta was nicely spiced and fatoush salad was very fresh. Servings were large and all at table agreed we were leaving full and would return. Has kept cafe de ville deco with new accents - nice transition while keeping the warm ambiance.

5 /5 Rating average

We had a groupon to try the new Cafe Beirut, on 107 street just south of Jasper Ave. We started with the falafel, had two different mixed grills for main course, and the baklava for dessert. We enjoyed every bite! The food was tasty, fresh, the baklava was amazing. The food was well priced, and the service was friendly.I'd absolutely recommend this little place.

5 /5 Rating average

This little cafe has wonderful food at a great price. Everything is very fresh and prepared on the spot, which means you may have to wait a bit for your meal, but it is well worth it. It is great for takeout too.

3 /5 Rating average

Fatoush (a salad) is "phenomenal" (my daughter's descriptor). For about $8, it's a bargain. I had the combination platter ($21) with beef and chicken plus humus, baba ganouche, musakaat, two different kinds of bread and some other things. It was tasty and reasonably priced. They do take out and have a few tables.

5 /5 Rating average

A new location of Cafe Beirut opened recently on 112st in Edmonton, just south of Jasper Ave. The Whyte Ave location gets raves so I was eager to try this restaurant which is close to my office. They've done as well as they could have in a space that used to house a hair salon. It's small without being crowded. Service was quick and polite. My lunch of Tawouk Kabob (chicken breast marinated in Shishtawouk sauce, skewered and barbequed. Served with rice, salad, hummus and grilled vegetables) was generous and delicious The aromatics knocked me out as layer after layer of flavour became evident. My colleague opted for a Sultan Kabob (marinated beef) and was pleased with his meal. The mint tea was divine.