5 Seriously Good ‘Lahm’ Restaurants In Riyadh That Are Perfect For Eid Al-Adha


Eid al-Adha is coming up, people, and you know what that means? Time to celebrate with some epic lahm (that’s meat in Arabic). Whether you’re craving classic mandi, drool-worthy biryani, or juicy kebabs, Riyadh’s got your back.

1. Al-Kendi

The OG of Mandi in Riyadh, Al-Kendi, has been serving up legendary Mandi for ages, and for good reason. Their slow-cooked mutton is melt-in-your-mouth tender, nestled in rice that’s bursting with flavor. Plus, it’s easy on the wallet.

2. The Lunch Box

If you’re a biryani fiend, then The Lunch Box is your Eid heaven. Their mutton biryani is legendary, and with spices so perfectly balanced, you’ll be wondering why you ever settled for anything less. Easily one of the best biryanis in the city.

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3. Beyzade Restaurant

His Turkish hotspot has been around since 1991, serving up some creative Turkish dishes. Their melt-your-mouth-good one-meter kebab is the showstopper here.


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4. Mandi Mjeed

Forget what you think you know about Mandi—this place serves up Mandi in its own way. The taste is different but eerily similar at the same time. You’re either going to love it or hate it; there’s no in-between here.


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5. Seddah

Seddah is hugely popular in Jeddah. And, ever since it opened in Riyadh, the city too has taken to it with open arms. Their mandi is so good, you’ll be back for another round of mandi at the earliest chance you get.

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