Manzel / Copenhagen

Rosengården 18 Copenhagen 1171
Opening Hours
Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:00 - 23:00

Manzel translates to “Home “ in arabic. Our style and atmosphere reflects the warmth you experience when entering the home of family or close friends. You always feel welcome, and you can kick back and relax knowing that you will have a wonderful evening. This is the ambiance Manzel wishes to capture every evening. Our cuisine is deeply rooted in traditional lebanese culinary traditions. Here the spices and the herbs are the stars. We cherish a culture where the traditions are upheld, but translated into a contemporary look and expression. We live by the lebanese way of sharing food - home style dishes that comes to the table fluently throughout the evening, making time for tasting everything. Much like at a family dinner. There are no rules, and we are happy to break the conventional ideas of dining. Manzel is the epitome of a dream. Mikkel Shafi wanted to create a universe where dining is a refined experience, yet warm, personal and unforgettable. Welcome Home...

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Tips from the Net @ Manzel
Cric Crec en
The sweetest and most charming waitress in town is here: Florentina. She's excellent despite the food being mediocre and a feeling of lack of coordination in the kitchen and in management. Undercooked Foursquare - November 2016
Jakob Marovt en
Horrible food, amateur staff. Don't even think about it. GooglePlace - October 2016
vindo vindo en
So we ordered the chefs special with winepackage for a total of 82$/550DKK per person. It started off so so with some olives, rosted peas and a springroll with cheese inside, 2 stars. Second was falafel, homus, some bread and couscoussalad. Pretty good exept that the "oven baked bread" wasent fresh at all, 3 stars. Now to the disaster.... The main course was some chicken that was microwaved? atleast it tasted like it. The chicken was very uneaven in temperature and certainly Not cooked right before serving. The other part of the main course was lamb or rather lamb fat... 80% fat/20% meat and as the chicken it was uneaven in temperature, How meny minus stars can I give? Desert was a parfait, ok but nothing special, 3 stars. As for the waiters it was clear that they had no control over the place. For example they forgot to bring the wine with the food and I can't count how meny times they said sorry over the course of the meal. The girl working I can tell was truly sorry and as frustrated as we were but the guy aka the "boss"? clearly had no intresst at all and just seemed to wanna get the day over with so he could go home. All in all I don't think anything we ate was made fresh but has been premade and heated up. Don't go here and spend you money somewhere else. GooglePlace - August 2016
Ole Thorsen en
Love Libanese food, but can't really recommend going when they are part of dinner week offers. Felt like being served snacks in an intermission break at a conference. Foursquare - February 2016
Eric Espinasse en
What a nice place to eat Arabic food. You need to be hungry to appreciate the large variety of dishes and tastes at a reasonable price. Warm welcome. Next time we will stay longer to enjoy all sofas and cosy places to drink before and after dinner. Highly Recommended! GooglePlace - November 2015