Choose Between Two Options
- C$13 for C$30 worth of Lebanese food for two on Sunday–Thursday
- C$16 for C$30 worth of Lebanese food for two on Friday or Saturday
With wines flown from Lebanon's Beqaa Valley to its glass-walled cellar, Parkallen Restaurant collects a distinguished array of vintages from across the globe, which ledWine Spectator to name it a 2012 restaurant award winner. The chefs pair these regional wines with traditional Lebanese and Mediterranean dishes, such as grilled beef-tenderloin skewers, shareable mezza platters, and specialty pizzas topped with feta cheese, doner meat, and other ingredients. After dinner, dangling light fixtures cast a hazy glow as curls of apple-, grape-, and watermelon-scented smoke emanate from tall glass hookahs instead of burning fruit salads.
Similar scenes unfold at Parkallen Restaurant's spinoff, Parkallen Kitchen and Bar in west end. Opened in 2015, this offshoot offers many of the same specialties as its predecessor, right down to a huge wine selection and exceptional hookah.