The food is good and a little different (the cuisine is mostly Mediterranean / Syrian), there is a nice courtyard outside and a pleasant room inside and the staff are friendly. The only problem is that the opening hours are somewhat erratic. Sometimes it is open and sometimes it is closed - seeming with little logic behind the decision. We once asked at lunchtime if the restaurant would be open in the evening and were told "en principe" (in principle).
Having said that I would definitely recommend a visit - despite the uncertainty about opening hours we have eaten there a several times and have never been disappointed. The quantities are quite large and we have found that we can share two set menus with a few side dishes between four people (although others with larger appetites may not want to try this).
Finally, if you have never tried it before, I would also recommend you try Chateau Musar, a wine made in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, which is an excellent accompaniment to the food.
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