Maison Libanaise is inspired by 1960s Beirut – think bright, warm colours and hints of Middle Eastern architecture and design. The ground floor is dedicated to take-away only, and features a different menu (although with similar dishes and ingredients) to the restaurant. With a constant queue outside the door, it seems that the take-away at Maison Libanaise is already a hit with Soho-dwellers…
Upstairs you’ll find the restaurant, which is still relaxed and welcoming. The soft lighting and intimate feel makes this the perfect place for a cosy dinner date or a catch up with a friend, and you won’t be able to resist trying one of the specially imported Lebanese wines which line the walls. The roof is used as a dining space, and on a balmy summer’s eve it would be the ideal spot for a casual glass of vino and some of the delicious dips.