Very beautiful decoration-Moroccan style with a modern twist in the heart of Beirut. The food is good and their formulas are great! Cozy indoor place, lovely staff and classy people.
Nice decoration maroccan style. I visited it just once with friends for dinner. I have no impressions that lasted more then the time needed to eat what was served. I remember the tajine I had in Marrakesh. Not the one we had there (I remember was just a Zen size platter!). What I remember very well is that we have... More
Right in the middle of beirut's central district (shops, restaurants etc) with an amazing terrace outside. One part is the bar/club and the other is the restaurant (more formal and quiet). The food, attention and service will put a smile to your face for sure! Dropped by the bar section for a bit, much louder and crowded, but a great... More
Not an "every day" type of restaurant. Flavors are quite sharp, more like stews served with rice or vegetables. You need to like such sort of food to enjoy it. However what you will certainly enjoy is the ambiance, the décor, and the WALLPAPER. Loved it.
I visited the lounge/bar area a couple of months ago with some friends. We had a really good time, the music and drinks were great, however the food was just average. We ordered quite a bit and we weren't impressed at all. I've been to Momo in London and the food is much better there. I expected the same quality!
We were around 20 persons, we had dinner and drinks, Food is good and drinks even better, Some drinks are made with great skill with authentic ways, The place is very elegant and the music is great, We really had a great time
Cool place to go on a Friday night for a couple drinks and appetizers. They have a cool bar menu with a tapas style menu, 3 items for $24 USD.... The only disadvantage here is they use standard measures pour, the measure each pour in every drink... This is a no-no. Free pouring is much more appealing to an audience... More
Nice place, nice people, nice service, nice food, nice music... I became addicted to the spicy merguez that remind me of my Algeria! Cool and sympa! Made to relax! Kamel.
Yesterday we were a group of 6 persons, we faced a very bad service attitude (it seems tables with less than 20 persons are not welcomed here!!)in addition to an Inflated bill by unrequested items and a modest food menu anyway.
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