A nice, small family run Lebanese restaurant just a short walk from the Arc de Triomphe. The restaurant provided a cozy atmosphere, despite my wife and I being the first people to arrive at the restaurant around 7.30pm. Upon arrival our greeting was not as welcoming as you might expect, especially for the first customers of the evening. But the service was prompt, with well prepared food and it arrived fairly quickly.
We ordered the individual set mezza’s, which is our usual go-to option with Lebanese cuisine. We specifically order the mezza expecting the chef to throw in something we have not tried before. This time we didn’t get anything exciting, just the “standard” items you would receive at any Mediterranean restaurant around the world. We were also surprised when all the items; hummus, meats, pitta etc were all presented on a single plate. Especially as we were in a nice family restaurant and not a fast food joint! We generally expect lots of smaller plates, which adds to the overall experience of the meal and makes it easier to share. Not the end of the world, but based on the luke warm reception, overall food presentation and the average portions we would not rate this as one of the best Lebanese restaurants we have ever been to.
However, we had a nice meal in a cozy setting for a reasonable price. Not easy in Paris! Overall we did enjoy the experience so worth a try if you have not been before.
GooglePlace - January 2018
Best Lebanese restaurant I’ve tried so far. The food was so good, the service was quick, and the owner was so welcoming and nice. Lovely ambiance, with Lebanese music playing all along. Highly recommended!
GooglePlace - October 2017