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While touring the south and west of France, my husband and I needed a night off from rich French foods. This little gem on Wilson Square in Toulouse was the perfect spot. The dinner menu is limited to 4 or 5 combination plates with a...More
The place is small but really cozy. The service is really professional. Food is good, I recommend to choose one of the mix dishes to taste a little bit of different course. The price is fair especially considering the location right in the center of...More
for the price we really expected something else. in the evening there is only the option from around 4 different mezze plates - only one of them is vegetarian! the proud price of 18.5€ brings a surprisingly small quantity of food that was rather average....More
Arrived late without a reservation and they accommodated a dozen of us with very little delay. Kept it easy by ordering a selection for the table. Impressive selection of tasty food that just kept on coming. Good range of Lebanese wines too.
We went there early on a xmas weekend, managed to get a table for four.
The place is small but lively, the staff, cooks and owner are friendly, cheerfull and always there when you need them.
They serve beers and wines from Lebanon, the food...More
This is the second time I eat there, and the food is just fabulous ! As a lebanese food connoisseur, all I can say is that each dish was authentic, and full of flavor ! Loved the Great Mezze and the tea ! Knafeh and...More
Service was good
Grand mezze plate is perfect
The salad is so fresh real pleasure!
And finishing with the "assortment of Lebanese desserts" was perfect.
Would recommend the place
I have had Lebanese food in many different places and Le Byblos is probably among the least such restaurants that I have been to. The Hummus was OK, the chicken pieces were dry and the bread was almost uneatable (Lebanese bread is normally very nice).