As I was invited at the opening in december, I am most happy to share my evaluation:
Le Souq offers a wide range of different countries. They handpicked the top favourite and tasteful dishes from for example India, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi and nor to be forgotten Andalus & Moroccan cuisine.
The menu gives immediate overview. The service is very friendly and not imposing at all. You should know most youngsters working at Le Souq had no real experience in hospitality , but have been recruited and trained by Le Souq themselves in order to offer young people better perspectives at the labour market. A remarkable initiative that make you immediately forgive the little flaws in service.
The food is great. It has been cooked by chefs with a real passion for their specific cuisine and their job is done with pride. The Saudi recipe 'lamb with rice' or the 'syrian falafel or brochette's , all made by the rules of the art and Le Souq provides herewith an excellent value for money.
Not to be forgotten are the absolute fabulous Patisserie. made by a patissier who learned from the best (trained at Eric Kayser) and again: The cakes make you want to taste the entire list. Just little pieces of art!
The milkshakes (juice and milk based are fabulous. All with fresh crumbled foods, creamy and foamy on the top. A real delight when it's hot outside...
I will definitely going to LeSoug more often. No surprises. Just a very good selection of great foods, accessible, clean and surprisingly well served.
They are located just on the road outside the Central Station, so that was very easy...right on the road "station to beach"
I heard they will do live music and events at the first floor too at weekend nights.
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