I have been to quite a few Lebanese restaurants in my time but this is one of the best. It is an unpretentious establishment. There is nothing special about the décor. There are no trashy, touristy, artefacts. We were attracted to it by the menu. The service is excellent, friendly, polite and welcoming. I ordered Lebanese lentil soup for a starter. It was the best lentil soup I have eaten, with a touch of cumin and turmeric. My wife had Moussaka Batinjan for a starter, and that too was excellent. For mains I had the Kebab Hendi with rice. It was very tasty and the rice was cooked perfectly. My wife had the mixed Mezze, and was not disappointed. The Chateau Breteches, Lebanese wine was marvellous, the mix of Cinsaut, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache and Carignan grapes was quite unlike most of the wines we find in the UK. It was worth going there just for the wine, price - £24.95. We finished up with Baklava and Lebanese coffee. And the cost of this great meal - £66.65, which we thought was excellent value for money. We returned to Bournemouth two weeks later and we returned again to the Levant Lebanese Restaurant. It is the best place we have found to eat, yet, in Bournemouth.
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