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Al Aseel Penrith

The Al Aseel Lebanese restaurants have been serving up award winning Lebanese cuisine since the first incarnation of the restaurant opened in Greenacre in 2002. In Sydney, the Al Aseel name has since become synonymous with authentic Lebanese cuisine, and the award winning and critically loved restaurants have become go-to consultants for media when it comes to the experiencing the best in Lebanese cooking. Al Aseel Penrith is a bold and beautiful statement. The huge contemporary and stylish dining room is inviting and welcoming, filled with diners who come together for large feasting and celebration. Be sure to book in advance: the place is always heaving, the room filled with chatter and laughter. Hospitality is excellent and the banquets plentiful, indulgent, fresh, healthy and delicious. Flavour abounds at this joyous Lebanese eatery. One visit will not be enough.

  • European, Lebanese, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern
Opening Hours
  • Monday: 11am - 10pm
  • Tuesday: 11am - 10pm
  • Wednesday: 11am - 10pm
  • Thursday: 11am - 10pm
  • Friday: 11am - 10pm
  • Saturday: 11am - 10pm
  • Sunday: 11am - 10pm
  • Gluten Free Options, Outdoor Seating, Suitable for Groups of 10
Price Range
  • $$ ~ $$$
  • Fully Licensed (BYO Wine Only)
62/72 Batt Street, Jamisontown, NSW, 2750

book now call 02 4731 8134

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