This was one of the first tenants of the increasingly busy 8 Building and brought to the fashion district an interesting (and little-known to the Portuguese) Lebanese cuisine. The dishes are meant to be shared and the idea is that at the table there begin to gather several bowls of: homemade bread, zaatar (a mixture of thyme and basil), lahmé (minced meat with parsley, tomato and pepper), jebné (fresh cheese) or kaftas (skewers). There are menus of the day for lunch (€ 9.50 to € 11.50) and there is also a tasting one for two people (€ 55).
Perfect for: a round trip to Beirut, in a beautiful place.
Must try: the mutabal, baked eggplant crushed with tahini.
|Venue name:||Muito Bey|
Rua da Moeda, 4 A
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 12pm-3pm & 7pm-12am; Fri-Sat 12pm-3pm & 7pm-1am|
|Transport:||Metro Cais do Sodré|
|Price:||Up to €30|