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They use lettuce leaves to hold the tabouleh in their lively, colourful mezze combinations. Owner Miguel Katib opened the first Lebanese restaurant in Barcelona when he came to study medicine in the 1980s. Today it is acknowledged as being the best Lebanese in town.
|Opening hours:||1.30pm-4pm; 8pm-midnight. Fri-Sat: belly dancing|