The food and the services is excellent The chicken was the best but the price is a bet high And the place is good for dating
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This is our favorite evening meal out in Beirut. The food is French with quality local produce and service is perfect, attentive and with a smile. The Lebanese wines are chosen from small vineyards and the sommelier can match a wine to any palate. The...More
Delicious, great service, attentive staff, awesome food, nothing at all to fault.. Except maybe the price 😜. Having said that, worth every penny for the gastronomic indulgence that is LPM. Highly recommended dishes : 1. Salt Baked Sea Bass 2. The prawns with olive oil...More
Never disappoints. Quality wise and must give their french boss credit. He noticed service was slow and took control to put things back in order. Must order the lamb shoulder 5 days in advance sooooo good.
Mmmmm.... senses explosion! The ambiance, atmosphere, fun, friendly, helpful and charming staff, the buzz of happy diners, the busy-ness of the food creation hub, vibrant juicy red tomatoes, big healthy lemons, sparkling clinking glasses, and delicate, simply adorned delicious fresh food .... this is a...More
Alas, not the same as Dubai. Tables decorated with two tomatoes and a lemon. No bread dish or butter knife provided. Bread was served onto the main dish. Fresh tomato bloody Mary's were not nice. Most dishes were of Italian orgin. So the name does...More
LPM is a lovely concept which i used to dine in many years in Cannes, Dubai, London, Istanbul and Paris. Beirut is cursed with LPM, it opened few years back in a wrong location inside Vandum Hotel with huge size and a very very low...More
Ate the Xmas set lunch which consisted of all the favourites of the LPM menu. Green lentil, crispy calamari, tartare, beef, quail, ragatoni, grilled fish, cheesecake etc. The decor here is lovely, service is warm and food is scrumptious. Highly recommended for modern French food.
Good restaurant with fresh ingredients The stuff is very nice but should be more profesional Marinated beets are excellent Wine list is adequate Parking is a nightmare As for the valet parking “no comment”
La Petite Maison of Beirut have moved to the new souks area. The restaurant is pleasant, elegant, high ceiling and in line with the chain as far as food quality and service. A good Lebanese wine selection, specially the Qanafar. A great selection of starters...More