The idea of ​​mezze is very old. Probably the word comes from the Persian word maza, meaning ‘snack’ or ‘taste’, or from the Arabic verb mazmiz, meaning ‘to nibble’.

In Lebanon, wine and arrack are considered indispensable when you enjoy mezze. Snacks and appetizers served with non-alcoholic drinks, such as tea or sorbet, are usually called muqabbalat instead of mezze.

Mezze may look a bit like Tapas, but they are larger portions. By putting together your own menu, you can eat very varied and taste fantastic combinations of different North African dishes.

There are both hot and cold dishes, soups, salads and supplements.

How it works (for example):

– four cold mezze of your choice + olives: 7.50

– the warm mezze and special salads cost 7.50 each

– supplements cost 3.50 each

Order 3 mezze a 7.50 and pay 19.50 instead of 22.50. This offer is only valid per customer.