This is a very good restaurant on many levels, food quality and quantity, service, decor (old lebanese house) and ambiance (on weekends there is a band playing). It offers a set menu from the lebanese/aleppan cuisine from mezze to main dishes to desserts. The innovation is in the mix between the two cuisines, in the revisitation of some dishes like the fattouch (where they replaced the fried bread with fried eggplant which gives a new kick to the dish) or the katayef with ice cream and finally in reviving some forgotten desserts like remmenieh (sweet pomegranate in a starch based preparation) and laymounieh (orange juice cooked with starch and sugar). If you decide to visit it think how to manage space in your stomach because lots of food is awaiting you ;-)
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