Lebanese cuisine is known for generous portions. I never left a lebanese restaurant hungry - the Sannine in Paris was a different experience. We had the 1001 nights meal which comes with 10 different appetizers (mezze) and three different meats. I was surprised by the quantity (e.g. one falafel ball per guest) and the selection (e.g. sour cream is not a lebanese mezze at all but other traditional items like labne cheese were missing). The mezze were accompanied by one dry flat pita bread per guest that the waiter served by hand (!) (not the rich and warm pita I am used to from restaurants in Lebanon itself). The meat consisted of one tiny skewers, two small legs of some kind of bird and a dry flatbread with meat stuffing - all in all less than 150 g of meat per person. The bill was $65 for two, which was far too much - even considering the Paris standard. It's a basic restaurant with small tables and paper napkins. The waiter was friendly although he tried to upsell on several occasions (e.g. you only get an amuse bouche if you order apéritiv) and was a little bit too "touristic".
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