Located just east of Tampa Avenue at 19223 Ventura Blvd., this cafe is a cozy place for business meetings, a romantic lunch or a quick bite. Unlike chain restaurants, Cafe Du Liban is family owned and the food is prepared from scratch.
While sitting in a comfortable lounge chair, I couldn’t help but notice the culturally diverse patrons enjoying the delectable foods from around the world. Recently I delighted my taste buds with some of their Mediterranean cuisine.
During a business meeting there, Alex Ayzin, my business partner, and his associate Mike Rayahi ordered an array of dishes.
Wow, what a great way to enjoy the afternoon with friends or family and good conversation.
All these appetizers are between $6 and $9.
Let’s go to the main entrees. I ordered the Grilled Tilapia, filleted fish marinated with lemon juice, garlic and olive oil. The other entrees included Lamb Shanks served with a variety of vegetables, and Chicken and Shrimp Kabab marinated in the chef’s sauce.
CSN rates Cafe Du Liban a 9.