Al-Nour Lebanese Restaurant

Logan Central

Al-Nour is a no-frills Lebanese eatery tucked away in Logan Central near Woodridge Station serving some of the best budget Lebanese fare found in Brisbane. 

Open daily from 7am, customers can enjoy a traditional Middle Eastern breakfast, from foul (broad beans and chickpeas simmered in garlic and lemon), and fatteh (flatbread topped with chickpeas, tahini, natural yoghurt and nuts) to a mixed platter of Lebanese sausages and fried eggs served with labne, diced fetta, shankish, olives, cucumber and tomatoes.

Al-Nour Lebanese Restaurant, Logan Central, Falafel Plate

Besides breakfast fare, there’s manoosh (Lebanese pizzas) along with western-style pizzas like pepperoni and Hawaiian, and kebab rolls: lamb shawarma, shish kebab, kafta and falafel.

Hearty appetites can tuck into a mixed plate of marinated meat - lamb, chicken and kafta served with tabouli, hommus, baba ghanoush and garlic dip.  

Al-Nour Lebanese Restaurant, Logan Central

In addition, there’s a range of sides or mezza including tabouli, kibbi pieces and falafel served with a generous plate of pickled veggies, flatbread and tahini sauce.

By Deb Lidster 

 

Al-Nour Lebanese Restaurant

1/5 North Rd

Logan Central

Opening hours 

3416 7866

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