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Sydney is treated to some of the best Lebanese food you can get outside of Beirut, and with these restaurants catering to the corporate crowd, you can now get them delivered right to your office or corporate event.
With a huge variety of meats available, vegan-friendly dishes, grilled foods and deep fried delights, it's a great option if you're catering to those with diverse dietary needs. There's truly something for everyone when it comes to Lebanese catering.
FAQs about Lebanese food in Sydney
Is Lebanese food healthy?
Yes! SBS highlights the popularity of the Mediterranean Diet and it's similarities to the Middle Eastern Diet, which includes Lebanese and Turkish food.
Middle Eastern diets tend to include less processed food, and it's rich in whole grains, olive oils, nuts and seeds.
It's also easy to avoid fried foods with Lebanese cuisine as it's offered, but not a staple. Of course, hot chips and fried falafel appear on most menus, but it's easy to opt for grilled meats, salads, rice and fresh bread instead.
Is Lebanese catering halal?
Most of it will be, but it's best to double check when ordering. Whenever possible, we will note any dietary needs (including religious diets) on each item on the menu. If you're unsure, feel free to give our customer care team a call on 1300 851 900 and we can help find an alternative caterer if needed.
Does Lebanese good often contain nuts?
Almonds and pine nuts are pretty common ingredients in many Lebanese dishes, but if you have an allergy we can help you select nut-free menu items or see if your preferred caterer can make your dishes without any.
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Spending much of the last decade juggling eating her way around the world and working within the travel and lifestyle content marketing space, Alex joined the EatFirst team in 2022. With 15 years of experience under her belt, she specialises in content strategy, SEO, writing and editing. Some of her favourite eats include Japanese, Thai and Italian, and she’s a firm believer that pineapple has no place on a pizza.