The Dharma restaurant takes us into the exotic world of Lebanese cuisine

The Dharma restaurant, in La Manga Club, reopens its doors from June 8th and does so with numerous innovative changes. The main change is the incorporation of typical dishes from Lebanon; the only restaurant in the region specialising in this style of food, whilst continuing with Indian dishes that continue to delight even the most demanding of palates.

La Manga Club, May 31st 2017 – The Dharma restaurant is the most exotic gastronomic option that La Manga Club offers its clients, specialising in Indian cuisine and now, thanks to its recent introduction, traditional Lebanese dishes. This type of cuisine is not well known and is difficult to find in Spain. La Manga Club is one of the few places in Spain, and the only place in the whole of the Region of Murcia, where you can enjoy this delicious fusion of Mediterranean and Arab cuisine, the combination of which characterises Lebanese cuisine. Its dishes are packed with exoticism, colour and mouth-watering aromas.

Dharma offers a wide range of ‘mezzes’ (starters) amongst which you can find the most typical dishes from this culture. One of which is the ‘kebbe’, the most popular dish in Lebanon, which consists of minced lamb with wheat and fresh spices. The ‘falafel’ is another ‘mezze’ that the Dharma serves, and is served with creamy yoghurt and lemon flavoured herbs. The Lebanese menu also contains other hot dishes such as 'couscous'. La Manga Club’s Lebanese restaurant offers the option of various taster menus, in which the dishes that best represent this aromatic and colourful cuisine have been selected.   

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The exquisite Indian dishes retain their presence on the Dharma restaurant’s menu. For this summer, the restaurant has incorporated new dishes, which are lovingly seasoned with spices and fresh herbs, cooked in a ‘tandoori’ oven and made in the traditional way. 

The restaurant takes care of every small detail to ensure that the diner feels like they are eating in either of the two countries: from its Indian-styled décor to the waiting staff who are dressed in traditional clothing.

The restaurant is located in Las Lomas Village, next to the entrance of the Spa, and has a unique terrace with the best views on the resort, from where you can see the whole of the Mar Menor.

The Dharma restaurant is open Thursday to Sunday, from 19:00hrs to 23:00. To enjoy this unique gastronomic experience, in a restaurant with spectacular views of the Mar Menor, you can reserve a table by calling +34 968 33 12 60 or via e-mail: info@lamangaclub.com.