Lebanese restaurant Leila launches in Saudi Arabia

The outlet, located in Jeddah, joins a portfolio of more than 20 Leila restaurants in the Middle East

Photo for illustrative purposes only.
Photo for illustrative purposes only.

Lebanese restaurant Leila is opening its first branch in Saudi Arabia at the end of January, 2016.

The outlet, located in Jeddah, joins a portfolio of more than 20 Leila restaurants in the Middle East, in countries such as Lebanon, Egypt, Kuwait and Bahrain.

According to The Saudi Gazette, Leila will be the only restaurant in Jeddah to offer the Lebanese dessert speciality 'ghazal Beirut', which is musk ice-cream surrounded by two layers of toasted sweet flower, topped with pistachio sprinkles and sugar syrup/cotton candy.

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