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It might not be the French bistro from New York, but there’s no denying that this brasserie earned itself a second visit. Pray for interesting conversations in the other seats, because you’re bound to hear them. The structure may be petite but the space is used cleverly. The sizzling main courses are eye catching; try the grilled haloumi cheese, delicious flavoured vegetable, followed by fresh meatloaf. Try the selection of pastries available for morning and afternoon bites. The waiting staff navigate the cramped quarters with cheer.

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Weygand Str, Beirut Souks
Area Downtown
City Beirut
Telephone 01 999223
Opening hours Sun-Thur 10am-11pm; Fri-Sat 10am-12mid
Fee Meal for two with drinks LL100,000
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  1. Posted by aline on Mon Apr 18

    is it the same one in New York?? lol i doubt that... copy cat version.

  2. Posted by Elie Deeb on Thu Feb 24

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  3. Posted by Rawad on Wed Jun 23

    Breakfast? Not really! If a restaurant opens for breakfast they better serve more than one choice and not serve powdered coffee from a Nescafe sachet! Airlines nowadays offer three to four choices onboard for breakfast alone! Besides, breakfast at 9 is too late for anybody except tourists!

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