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Tucked away in Beirut's Gemayzeh quarter, Mayrig is a guardian of the Armenian culinary heritage, not only recreating its recipes but also celebrating the unrivaled Armenian hospitality. Mayrig offers a feeling of home-coming, a magical place where you can revive old memories and share, in good company, the magnificent array of homemade delicacies that are a treat for all the senses.
For who loves different, Mayrig offers just that. The food is consistently excellent. It was my second time. A mix between Arab and Ottoman and Russian cuisine it seems to me, Mayrig tickles your taste buds. Seems Armenian cuisine has a particular nack for bringing...More
Since it opened, Mayrig kept high quality standards in terms of of food and service.
We ordered several dishes, but the ones i liked most were soubereg, mante and itch. Tasteful colorful and generous portions. I also liked the plates and pots they use for...More
It's Armenian food with a twist; not the food from the Caucasus, but the wonderful food that the Armenian diaspora in Lebanon eat. The restaurant is charming and beautiful, the service kind and efficient, and the food was a delight with both Lebanese classics and...More
Very popular among the Beirutis is it probably the restaurant which serves the best armenian food in Beirut. Try the large selection of salads and the hummus with sausage. Main course: lamb with almonds, raisins, etc. A very interesting experience