Reviews on Lebanese food in Strasbourg, Grand Est, France. You view great wine as the essence of a good vacation. Your travel companion, however, is a beer aficionado. Will it be Paris or Munich? Stop arguing and go to Strasbourg, where you can have the best of French and German cuisine, including the booze. The entire central island is a World Heritage Site. Don’t miss the 12th-century cathedral or the storybook "la Petite France" neighborhood.
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4 based on 292 reviews
Tucked away behind the Auschan is this tasty casual Syrian restaurant. If you enter into the shopping plaza where Aushan's entrance is, then continue out the back, you'll see a courtyard with several restaurants including Habibi. There is outdoor seating, a few tables on the ground floor, and more tables upstairs. The staff is very friendly and speaks English. I ate the Moukabilat, which is a great way to sample a variety of items, including a savory empanada-like pastry stuffed with cheese, another stuffed with spinach, and some of the best falaffel I've tried. Lots of friend stuff, but not greasy at all. My spouse enjoyed the kofte. There were nice looking small desserts in a case by the cash register, but I was too full to try them. Overall, I was very happy dining here and will return again while I'm in Strasbourg.
4 based on 102 reviews
We had an awesome evening in this restaurant that seems rather plain from the outside. The staff was friendly and quick and the food was just amazing! We loved every single dish. Make sure you try one of their special wines to complete your libanese experience.
4 based on 350 reviews
Riche et dÃ©licate, la cuisine libanaise trouve un formidable reprÃ©sentant Ã Strasbourg avec lâÃ©tablissement le Beyrouth. Dans un cadre dâinspiration orientale, sobre et Ã©lÃ©gant, le patron vous y accueille avec Ã©gards et convivialitÃ© et confÃ¨re au lieu son
We loved this place! Went with friends, one of them is actually from Lebanon so he chose the food and drinks. We had the Lebanese rose wine - definitely try this one. Was perfect with our food. For the meal, we had a round of cold appetizers, then a round of hot appetizers, then some grilled meat. This was perfect for our table of 6. We got to try everything on the menu and were so full by the end. Finished off the meal with a traditional dessert and mint tea (so good and apparently helps with digestion)The staff was so helpful and nice, and the restaurant was a perfect atmosphere for a fun night out. I highly recommend this place and we will definitely be back!!
4 based on 338 reviews
"Essentiellement Ã base de lÃ©gumes frais, de cÃ©rÃ©ales, d'herbes aromatiques, de tendres grillades marinÃ©es de premier choix , la cuisine libanaise est avant tout une cuisine de fraÃ®cheur et de convivialitÃ©. Au carrefour des saveurs, Ã la fois mÃ©diterranÃ©e
Was happy to finally find a Lebanese restaurant that could seat us on a Tuesday lunchtime. The waiter was pleasant. We ordered the Mezze for three people and the food was mostly delish with a couple of just okay. If I went back, I'd stick with Tabouli and try the stuffed grape leaves which were disappointingly not included. We quickly ran out of pita bread for the hummus and babaganoush but the waiter never came back to offer us more. The one waiter spent most of his time having long conversations with the other tables in the restaurant so we had to jump up and down and wave like crazy Americans to get another drink (we gave up on more pita bread) and then to finally get the bill. I hate to do that because you look like crass Americans but the waiter would not even look our way- ever. Bummer.
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