Lebanese, Middle Eastern.
Meaning ‘beautiful night’ in Arabic, Lillah celebrates all things Middle Eastern in surrounds of archways, a feature skylight and exposed brick walls. A façade of white and black geometric tiles gives way to an interior vibe of grey washed wood table settings and ivy-covered ceiling, enticing diners to linger over meals with a cocktail in hand. Start with the Old School Baba Ganoush. For the main affair, delve their most popular Sticky Date 12h Slow Cooked Lamb Shoulder or the Beetroot Basteeya with sautéed chard, crumbled goat cheese and crispy fried flatbread. Try the Cauliflower Falafel with creamy hummus, muhammara and crispy falafel crust to accompany your main dish.