Don't be deceived by the name, as La Roche is entirely Lebanese with not a French dish in sight. Best known for their falafel, and at $6 a dozen with salad the value is excellent. Also popular is their $12 mixed platter, which includes hummus, baba ghanouj, kafta, falafel, shish tawook, lamb shish kebab, tabouli, fresh tomato, mint, onion, olives and pickled turnip, bread and a soft drink.
I love it here! The food is delicious. I went for a 40 minute drive to eat here when there are heaps of Lebanese restaurants 10 minutes away. The customer service is also great and it's fairly cheap too.
One of the nicer Lebanese restaurants in Lakemba. The mixed platter is really delicious, but actually everything they sell is very yummy. Kebabs are really cheap, and one advantage too is they have some options for the 'less adventurous' (like chips, nuggets etc) - so it works fine for a family if kids aren't so excited about Lebanese cuisine.
Really just another Lebanese style restaurant in Lakemba. The food is good but there's better Lebanese places in terms of price, seating, and taste - and they're only 30 seconds walk from here. Staff aren't as friendly as in other places, and prices are a bit vague - couldn't actually work out what I should pay. Wouldn't rush there again.
Wow this is the best restaurant ever sorry to say but that comment about the food being to expensive is no were near true. I went and ate all around Lebanese restaurant in lakemba and the are all so expensive and no were near worth the money unlike this restaurant.the manager there is very respectful and so are the workers.I LOVE THE FALEFEL. I totally recommend this restaurant thanx for the nice and tasty food.î??