Review: Kamoon Kitchen, Aberdeen

What better way to celebrate midweek than with a takeaway? Looking for something a bit healthier than the usual MSG gloop, I decided on Kamoon Kitchen, which offers fresh Lebanese food.

We ordered in person and, with help from the friendly staff, I chose the Shish Tawouk wrap with grilled chicken, while my boyfriend went for the Spicy Kabab wrap with spiced ground meat.

To accompany our wraps, we ordered hummus with bread, a spinach and pomegranate pastry, and a cheese and black sesame seed pastry.

My cheese pastry was delicious, melted halloumi wrapped in soft bread. My dining partner stated the spinach pastry was equally as tasty.

Both wraps were full of flavour with small chunks of gherkin in a strong garlic mayonnaise, but the stand out element was the hummus with fresh baked bread.

Lured in by the desserts, I found it impossible to resist a portion of baklawa – which was incredibly sweet with honey and pistachios – and a sable biscuit.

However, the sable appeared to be just an empire biscuit in a Lebanese disguise.