Great ingredients wonderful service professional staff. Superb wine list needs to be updated as you see a wine year on bottle and you get another. An efficient small effective menu with fresh ingredients. Felicitations for Mrs. Frida
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This is the place to do business in Beirut whether its politicians, bankers, lawyers or leaders of industry...they are all invariably here at least once a week. Never sitting outside, always inside. The food is delicious whatever you order and the service is impeccable (which...More
Used to be a fan but the last couple of meals were quite disappointing. While the service was good, the food was mediocre, except for a tasty ceviche. But the prices have risen to stratospheric levels for what is essentially an average bistro. I sense...More
We had a great dinner at this restaurant. Sat outside during a pleasant Beirut evening. The service was very good. I am vegetarian and they had limited but excellent choices. I had the Buratta for starter and an excellent truffle sauce gnochhi. The deserts were...More
I love this restaurant but they insist to precook Dover sole with butter in the pan, so when you order a grilled one it is served greasy and dry!!! Come on, you are much better that this. Wagyu meet is not at the level: try...More
Your eating is upper level, in a nice central place where the people respect the quite and elegant ambiance. One of the best in town for fresh and tasty food, for which the price is accordingly reflected.
The food is marvelously delicious. It was well cooked and the taste was GREAT! My fiance and I went on our Valentine's night dinner and it was just the fit place to do so. I didn't want to go. We tried everything including desert and...More
The place is really classy to sit and have dinner however, the food is not as good as i expected specially that the restaurant has high prices so the food should be as high in taste. I have to mention that the staff is really...More
Very bad welcoming. Zero food presentation: a plain steak without even a dressing on a white plate. Made wanna stop eating. Uncooked entrecôte and a raw steak that tastes like kebeh nayeh. Worst experience. To top it with a burnt pain perdu.