Busy pace with charming deco and nice atmosphere, however the cuisine, another futile attempt to imitate Couqley and join the band wagon of the growing brasseries in town. I had moles, fresh crab salad and steak and despite the good quality it lacked taste and flavour. The crab salad didn't taste like anything and the sauce was basic lime and the moules were plain and so was the steak. An obvious sign there wasn't real ownership of the food. My impression is that it's another failure of a growing number of Lebanese restaurants trying to take outsmart the business by bringing salaried Chefs instead of giving them a stake in the business.
I wouldn't go there again because for the price it failed my expectations and could have done a better job cooking at home.
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