Byblos, a major Lebanese port city, is used to import sedge from ancient Egypt into European countries such as Greece. Byblos, a Toronto-based restaurant in downtown, serves eastern Mediterranean dishes. Many of the outdoor seats are covered with flowers and trees along the restaurant's outer walls.
A shop with good business, because the location is better, in several places with heavy traffic. It's getting late, there is still a line at the door, similar to a place to eat hamburgers, you can take it away.
Toronto is one of the few Middle Eastern Mediterranean cuisines. The Lebanese dumplings inside are delicious. Lamb is a characteristic of the Middle East. You can try it. It doesn't have the smell of Qiemo County's mutton. The roast is just right and very tender.
It's delicious, it's delicious, it's delicious.
The award-winning Byblos is a fusion of typical Eastern Mediterranean cuisine and local cuisine. The celebrity chef Stuart Cameron provides the most fashionable and homely Middle Eastern dishes in this fine dining environment. The appetizers are small and delicate, sweet and sour and appetizing. A sweet and crisp lamb chop is well received. In addition to the authentic Turkish dumplings and various spices for the main course, the large portions of lamb shoulder, steak and grilled fish for sharing are also well received. As for desserts, you have to be surprised if you say anything. The Orange Blossom Mousse is absolutely perfect for a meal.