Mijana is a contemporary Arabic restaurant serving Lebanese and regional dishes. Live music, shisha and traditional tea complete the experience.
Named for the word that describes the poetic lyrics that begin Lebanese folk songs, Mijana embodies the theatrical side of contemporary Arabic cuisine. Here, you will discover a place where old meets new and tradition touches modernity. Frosted glass surrounds the chefs, transforming them into mysterious silhouettes as they prepare Lebanese and regional dishes. Events include family nights and special seafood nights.
There's an extensive cold mezze selection featuring a range of kibbeh and hummus, as well as warm mezze dishes. For mains, there's cassic shawarmas as well as the Kibbah Labaniyaeh − minced lamb with crushed wheat, onion, pine nuts ,yoghurt, garlic and coriander vermicelli rice. Local dishes to try include the Lamb Ouzi. Then there are juicy meaty options from the grill as well as seafood delicacies, such as the Mashawee Bahreeh, which is a mix of grilled lobster, fish, prawns, sea scallops and calamari. End off with one of an assortment of Arabic sweets, or a delicate sorbet.