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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.
The place is completely overstated. In fact, a beautiful place but that's all. The food is quite average but the service arrogant and rude. Never before has the cutlery been torn from my hands before I had finished the meal.
You must certainly visit Mayrig on your next trip to Beirut. You are guaranteed an excellent meal, and if you are lucky, get a table in the garden outside. The dishes are all prepared to perfection with top quality ingredients. The portions are a bit...More
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