Beit Setti is a Syrian restaurant in the heart of the city of Sharjah serving a menu of authentic plates, from dips and mezze to wraps and grilled meats. The spacious restaurant is inspired by an ancient Damascus house (Damascus is the capital of Syria and the oldest capital city in the world), boasting a colour palette of gold, burgundy and dark wooden tones. The real talking point, though, is its ceiling, which is decorated with intricate carvings and rich colours that draw the eye upwards.
For those looking to dine alfresco, there is a good amount of outdoor seating at the back of the restaurant too, which is overlooked by palm trees and Sarjah’s soaring skyscrapers.
An extensive menu of Syrian dishes is perfect for feasts with family and friends, offering a large range of sharing plates to be enjoyed by everyone at the table. Why not kick off with a selection of classic dips and mezze plates? Discover multiple twists on houmous, including versions topped with minced beef, extra spice or pine nuts, while baba ghanoush, tabbouleh, falafel and fattoush salad are all on the menu. If you’re popping in for a quick bite, there are a number of shawarma-style wraps that make for an easy and filling meal, while a selection of soups and flatbreads are also on offer. You’ll also find plenty of meat dishes, from shish to tawook to Kharoof Mahshi (lamb stuffed with rice).
The restaurant is open all day and serves a selection of savoury breakfast dishes too, such as omelettes and a particular platter comprising labneh, cheese, olives, butter, honey, jam and vegetables.
The drinks list includes a selection of hot and cold beverages. Keep cool with fresh fruit juices and homemade lemonade, while a selection of teas and coffees (including Turkish coffee) are perfect for a pick me up.