Valentine's Day Set Menu:
Join us during Valentine's day and
enjoy our special set menu. We
are offering a delicious 3-course
meal for only Â£55 per couple.
Best Restaurant in St John's Wood & Primrose Hill:
Yasmeen Restaurant & Cafe has won Best Restaurant in St John's Wood and Primrose Hill! #LoveLondonAwards
Highly Commended restaurant Of The Year
ââYasmeen Restaurant is a newly opened Lebanese restaurant in St John's Wood. We take pride in our authenticity and our ability to please our customers. Come join us at 1 Blenheim Terrace St Johns Wood London NW8 0EH for some fine dining. Call us at 02076242921/31 for bookings and FREE âhome delivery. All of Yasmeen's food is Halal. â
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âGrape vine leaves filled with rice, tomato and parsley cooked in olive oil
Is a flower of moral value, a symbol to Syrians in general and Damascus in particular, being related to Al-Sham history and spread in itâs gardens and fused within balconies and walls of all Damascus houses...
When one mentions a Damascus house, memory recalls involuntarily intimate picture of a space scented with Jasmine, Basil, Alodhalaa and the Belladonna smell which connects Damascus with Qasyoun Mountain, Barada River and AL-Hamidia Bazaar...
Jasmine gave Damascus the title of Capital of Jasmine so poems were written about the city as if it was a Super- feminine woman.
âJasmine Alphabetâ of Nizar Qabbani who started his tail with flower since he was hours old, he grew under itâs shade to be a part of his life, thoughts and poems..Even his will included his Jasmine scent âI want my body to be transferred after my death to Damascus and buried in the family cemetery because Damascus is the Uterus which taught me poetry and innovation and gifted me the Jasmine Alphabetâ...
Mahmoud Darwish the Palestinian poet did not forget the Jasmine flower in his poetry âdonât apologize for what you have doneâ in which he addressed Al-Sham: â In Al-Sham I know who I am , a moon glitters in a womanâs hand and a stone washed with Jasmine tears guides me in the middle of the crowdâ...
The Jasmine perfume persists as Damascus persists, it was strong as Damascus strength and kept the issue of the poets throughout the ages, Ibn Al-Abar the poet from Andalusia described it:âA flower like stars flower in the middle of its orbits thrones of Jasmine appear â...
Best Restaurant in St John's Wood & Primrose Hill