Abd El Wahab is a rather fancy Lebanese spot in Belgravia. They serve the classics. Grilled meats, check. Grilled halloumi, check. An abundance of hummus, check. But there are better Lebanese spots in London. If you’re in the area and your corporate card is burning a hole in your pocket, then Abd El Wahab is perfectly fine. But if you're after a bit of banter and a good time, you should probably head somewhere else.
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