Those who enjoy the Lebanese culinary arts have something to celebrate this summer in the Principality. Noura, the famous Parisian restaurant, is taking up summer quarters at the Hermitage Hotel until August 25th. A tasty pop up for sampling this phenomenal cuisine.

In 30 years, the restaurant Noura in Paris has become a reference in Lebanese gastronomy. Every year, this family business, now considered a real institution, opens an ephemeral restaurant. This summer, it is in the Excelsior lounge of the Hermitage hotel that they chose to settle for a little over a month. For the occasion, the decoration of the place was transformed to match the spirit of the establishment. Open from 5 pm to midnight, Noura invites you to discover all that Lebanese food has to offer.

The Spirit Lounge and the Thousand and One Nights Dinner

On the menu, Noura’s famous and indispensable mezzes to share and whet the appetite in a lounge and bar atmosphere, accompanied by cocktails, all to the sound of the Airplay group. A relaxed appetizer, then, to enjoy the traditional cuisine revisited by the chefs of the restaurant installed on the Riviera for a few weeks. Fish is especially highlighted on the menu. Grilled meats or lamb confit are also to be savored for a taste and sensory journey overlooking the Principality. Noura, which now has more than twenty addresses around the world, could be the just the thing your summer evenings were missing.

*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.