We enjoyed our stay and the food, beimg mezze and a chicken main course. Service was pleasant. Thus the athmosphere could be improved ... it was a bit cold given that the door was kept open.
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We dined two nights ago, during our trip to Paris. The food was good, the service excellent, the price.. absolutely great.
The Lebanese restaurant is an horrible place, the food is really of low quality, but the worst is the staff and the owner who had dishes we never ordered on the bill. We were 3, and the owner tried to had 15 euros to the...More
We eat almost nothing,food was horrible and we where charged with almost 70 euros,with no explanation on our ticket but just the overall amount (2 adults and 1kid eating 1 dish and a soda each)practicaly the bill was invented by the clerk.
Plenty of choice. Small restaurant with a friendly staff. Food is fresh and very tasty. Not really cheap but is worth a visit if you like this kind of middle-east taste.
Humus for starter wasn't that bad. Lamb kebab was quite awful, the meat was hard and didn't at all taste like it should have. The waiter and the design of the interieur were total failure. I saw the waiter insulted the small and a little...More
The food was ridiculous, and the portions and price scandalous! Very basic food, the pita bread is served cold. The portions are amazingly small, and the price for it amazingly big. On top of that you have to hear the waiter telling you 50 times...More
Lebanese cuisine is known for generous portions. I never left a lebanese restaurant hungry - the Sannine in Paris was a different experience. We had the 1001 nights meal which comes with 10 different appetizers (mezze) and three different meats. I was surprised by the...More
We decided to try this restaurant on our final night in Paris as we both enjoy middle eastern food. The restaurant looked nice and while we were stood outside, the restaurant owner (I think) started to talk to us. His warm personality persuaded us to...More