When it comes to Lebanese cuisine, it is all about being true to the authenticity of home cooking. Burj Al Hamam is one of those restaurants that celebrate home cooking, refining the Art of Lebanese cuisine for the past 50 years. Established by Fayez Elias Khoury back in 1958, Burj Al Hamam has become a household name not only in Lebanon but the region. In true family traditions, the sons have carried on his legacy and continue to this day to serve the most authentic and delectable Lebanese dishes while packaging it in an atmosphere of fine dining.
Burj Al Hamam at The Pearl-Qatar offers spectacular views of the Porto Arabia Marina, in addition to its famed popular authentic dishes that reflect the diversity of the Levantine culinary disciplines. Presenting a selection of cold mezza and salads, such as hummus, tabouleh, fattoush and moutabal, and hot mezze, like the delicious kebbeh and fava beans with olive oil and spices, alongside main courses such as grilled lamb, shish taouk and kofta, lobster, shrimp, red mullet and sea bream or pastries, such as halawat el jibn and knafeh, Burj Al Hamam truly captures the spirit of homemade Lebanese cuisine that everybody has enjoyed and grown fond of over the years.