Kitchen: Middle Eastern
Price range: Cold mezze from 78 hkd | Hot mezze from 82 hkd | Grilled plates from 198 hkd | Main courses from 185 hkd | Sides from 48 hkd. This is not the cheapest Lebanese restaurant around town.
Lunch: No, closed during lunch.
Alfresco dining: They have a small street side terrace and 3 tables in the small outdoor courtyard.
Specials: Next to the restaurant is the Sumac lounge, where you can smoke shisha and order some mezze.
Reservations: Recommended. Follow instructions on their website or give them a call 21479191.
Experience: The Lebanese kitchen shares its roots with Egyptian, Jordanian and Syrian food culture, as part of the Ottoman Empire back in the days. Sumac stays true to most Mediterranean cuisines, and uses seasonal and market-fresh ingredients for many dishes. We loved the quality of the products! The meat is tender and all the dishes are well seasoned. The falafel was from another world – probably one of the best in Hong Kong.
Kiki & Amèl’s favourites: hummus with pita bread | falafel | grilled halloumi | chankleesh (feta cheese dip) | mixed grill | lamb kofte | chicken sharwarma | Lebanese rice | Baklava.
Address: Sumac | 8-9 Glenealy, Central, Hong Kong.