Maison Libanaise is an everyday Lebanese canteen inspired by the cultural renaissance of 1960s Beirut, known as the “Paris of the Middle East” for its French architecture, progressive food scene and fashionable, liberated women.
Located off the escalator in SoHo, Maison Libanaise features Lebanese food, drinks and culture spread over three floors, each serving guests in a different way.
Le Comptoir on the ground floor offers an array of fresh and flavourful takeaway items;
The first floor restaurant, Le Salon, offers a seated dining experience with a menu of traditional Lebanese mezze dishes, all designed for sharing;
Those wanting to enjoy an al fresco meal overlooking the lively streets of SoHo can relax at La Buvette, the restaurant’s cosy rooftop, is perfect for a casual spread over wine, or for private events.