Abla's Restaurant

Abla's Restaurant is a Lebanese restaurant opened in 1979, in the same location it is today - Carlton's Elgin Street, which has won the favour of critics and locals alike.

Epicure and Good Food Guide of The Age, The SBS Eating Guide, and Vogue Entertaining consistently single out Abla's Restaurant as a place to taste the finest Lebanese cuisine. Many a food critic - the late Mietta O'Donnell, Stephen Downes, Terry Durack, Jill Dupliex, Joanna Savill, Claude Forrell, John Lethlean and many others - have sung Abla's praises, and amid the chorus are her peers, professional chefs of the calibre of Greg Malouf and Michael Bacash.

Moreover, Alba is regularly called upon to contribute to cooking publications, to make live appearances and conduct cooking classes, and to do television. She has appeared on What's Cooking? hosted by Geoff Janz, on the popular SBS cooking series, A Food Lover's Guide to Australia, and she was featured on Jacques Reymond's Secret Recipes, which was aired on the ABC.





❊ Address & Contact ❊


Abla's Restaurant⊜ 109 Elgin Street Carlton | Map
109 Elgin StreetCarlton
03 9347 0006


❊ Web Links ❊


Abla's Restaurant 

www.ablas.com.au









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