Al Sultan Brahim (Downtown)

Serving the best fish in Lebanon for over 40 years, Al Sultan Brahim is a must try restaurant for those who love seafood!

With a reputation for the highest standards, Al Sultan Brahim is one of the most popular of the high end Lebanese fish restaurants in Beirut, offering its customers a complete menu of local traditional food and an exquisite selection of fresh fish.

The restaurant’s predecessors were founded in 1968 in Jnah by three El-Ramy brothers, and in no time, Al Sultan Brahim became a hospitable Arabian service with superb quality and taste. Known for its outstanding Lebanese cuisine for over 40 years, to feel like a sultan, one must eat like a sultan. Established in 2003, it caters to the locals as well as the tourists bringing perfect quality and service.

Al Sultan Brahim created an astounding cosmopolitan architectural concept consisting of wood, rusted metal, glass and natural greenery all blended with big high ceilings.

Give in to their spicy “Downtown Hummus,” which gives an exciting thrill to the traditional dip, but make sure not to get your fill on the mezza, for the thrill is within the fish. This upscale gem has the freshest fish in town, from squid, prawns, red mullet, and grouper. Highly recommended to try is the Sammak ras asfour, light battered and fried fish cubes, marinated in soy, lemon and coriander sauce. Take pleasure in ordering arguileh on the side.

After all this, make sure you have room for their complementary dessert, including a plate of fresh fruit, cakes, and chocolate biscuits. From the attentive services to the signature food items to the beautiful décor, the place built its name to become one of the top rated Lebanese food restaurants of the country.  

Food Restaurants
Cuisine Lebanese Seafood

Words By Leen | Photography Al Sultan Brahim


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