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“Excellent”
Review of Les Pins d'Alep

Les Pins d'Alep
Ranked #344 of 1,962 Restaurants in Nice
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $12 - $35
Cuisines: Lebanese
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations, Takeout
Neighborhood: Port
Reviewed February 20, 2013

We went there on Valentine's Day and we ordered a little bit from almost everything. The food was just amazing. The Keftas and the tabule are very, very good and the dessert with Cheveux d'ange with orange flower water is to die for.
The people are very nice and the price quality ratio is very good. It's our new favourite place to go.
Cristina & Bertrand

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Reviewed January 10, 2013

Tucked just one block behind the Port of Nice, family run Les Pins d'Alep is a must! Either restaurant dining or take away. The mezzes are great for entertaining at home. I love the Mohamara (puree of red pepper and pine nuts), my favourite. Deserts are perfectly balanced, never too sweet, just right. All our house guests ask "can we have a Pins d'Alep evening" when they come to stay!!

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Reviewed December 18, 2012

It was the first time to try Lebanese food for all of us (a group of 3) and it was simply amazing.
We actually went to the very famous pizza place near this restaurant but it was full so jumped in this restaurant and it was a right choice!
When we got in, a friendly waitress greeted us immediately and led us to a table. We asked to change our table to get less closer to a door since we were freezed after walking around Nice. The waitress prepared a new table soon. She was very nice.
After that, a young male waiter came to take our order and he spoke very good English and helped us a lot to make choices (since we had no idea what kind of food Lebanese is, we really appreciated!) . We ordered a salad with tomato, garlic, cheese, olive, and some lettuces (the one looked the most basic), a Lebanese speciality of pita pan with beaf meat, and a main which looked like a lasagna but made of eggplant and bolonaise sauce( also Lebanese speciality).
All food was really tasty, served in decent time (not too slow, not too quick), and stuffs were really attentive asking us if food is ok.
The waiter gave us little dishes after telling him that we wanted to share all meals. It was really helpful.
All food was priced very reasonably. In addition to the 3 dishes, we ordered 4 cups of wine, 1 soft drink, 3 little dessert (was also great) and 3 coffees and it costed like 70 euros. Very affordable.
I will def go back to this restaurant when I'm in Nice. It was very happy and cozy night!

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Thank Monaca1
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Reviewed October 25, 2012 via mobile

We spent an evening at the restaurant. Nice treatment, good mezes and broschettes. It was a good spend

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Thank Thomas1234567890
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Reviewed October 10, 2012

Fantastic food and extremely friendly! We were warmly welcomed and seated straight away. Although we're quite happy to get by and keep practicing conversation in broken French, our waiter spoke perfect English and delivered superb service throughout. The food is a great range of dishes covering the MIddle East from Lebanon to Armenia and most points in between. All the tastes are light and fresh, and there is a great range of traditional sweet dishes on display - which proved irresistible even after a starter & main course! Our waiter explained all the dishes very clearly to help us choose from a wide ranging menu. The Lebanese beer was new to us and very enjoyable as were the house wines, served by the pichet at a very reasonable price. We were staying locally in the Port area, but Les Pins d'Alep is well worth a visit from anywhere in Nice.

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