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Right in the middle of Paris' largest Jewish community is Chez Marrianne, a pastry shop and delicatessen of delectable diversity. This quaint cafe encourages diners to compose sampler plates of four to six items from some 20 different salads and hot snacks, such as brik, a crisp tuna pastry. Turkish salad, chopped liver, and tabbouleh are a few examples of the choices you can enjoy while sipping on a flavorsome Israeli wine. The Chez Marianne is a popular haunt of the locals, and reservations are a must.
Decked in hues of turquoise and white, Liza is a delight for food-lovers with a staff that is dedicated to impress the diners with Lebanese creations including Babaghannouj (grilled eggplants), Fatayer Djej (chicken rolls), Fattouche and Lahmet Ghanam (grilled lamb) served with vegetables. Savor the traditional recipes that are served with a contemporary twist. The price is a bit expensive so be sure to be fully loaded with cash while dining here.
Sannine is a beautiful Middle-Eastern restaurant in the 9th Arrondisement that is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. Serving dishes that bring back fond memories of Lebanese people, this restaurant is unsurprisingly crowded at most times. On entering the premises one is won over by the warm hospitality and the impressive traditional paintings on the walls and ceilings take this feeling even further. The key dishes to try out here are Eggplant Caviar, Tabbouleh, Baked Kebbe, Falafel and Baklava. Large groups can also share Mezze platters.
One of the most popular places to sample traditional mezze platters straight from the Lebanese cuisine, Château Kefraya is a simple and friendly dining spot. One is a assured of a pleasing welcome here by the service personnel. The interiors are sleek and modern exuding a calm along with an easy grace that woos its diners. Try the delectable grilled meat that are cooked to a perfect finish. Bask in the warm summer sunshine in the terrace and add a touch of languor to balmy evenings here.
This modern and glamorous restaurant has a traditional touch to it when it comes to ambience. The yellow colored walls and glass interiors add to the stylish decor. It is known to be the most popular Lebanese restaurant in Paris offering authentic Lebanese cuisine. The menu features 50 mezzes - a wide variety to try out. It also includes a selection of vegetarian dishes and salads.
One of the first choices for catering orders, Samaya Paris floors one and all with its impeccable menu of tasty Lebanese preparations ranging from Rekakat, Falafel, Sawda Dajaj, Sfiha and Kebbe Kras.Try the many delicious sandwiches on board that are enticing and tantalizing to say the least. The restaurant is situated a short walk away from the Eiffel Tower and is a pleasant stop on the way to this monument. The service is quick and impressive here. Ask them to cater for your next event and you would be left with pleasant memories of a good time.