G/F, 37B Lyndhurst Terrace
Its stereotypical with Arabic decor, the lamps are Arabic and so are the pictures of the Middle East. There is Arabian pop music in the background that you'll find different. The service is efficient and Baba Ganoush could be a bit spicier, perhaps with a bit more raw garlic and paprika.
The burnt taste of the eggplant is required for that fragrance and the Shish Taouk is good. Assaf Fine Lebanese Cuisine used to ask what sauce you wanted to go with your sandwich but now they don't. The sauce is on the mild side, perhaps catering to local palate.