Lincoln welcomes Lebanese Cuisine

Opened on the 17th September by owner Ayman Sabi, ‘Lazeez’ restaurant has been transformed from a takeaway to a stylish 40-seat restaurant, overlooking The Strait and Lincoln High Street. Offering a large reasonably-priced menu of traditional halal dishes, the restaurant has excited many locals to visit through Eid ul Adha celebrations this week.

“Authentic Lebanese restaurants are very popular in places like London and Manchester, but I think this is a first for Lincoln.” – Ayman quoted to

Opening times:

The restaurant will be open from 1pm until 11pm Monday to Thursday, and Fridays 3pm to 11pm, and offer a takeaway service from the bar and online.

To make a booking, people can call 01522 244720.

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