This Lebanese restaurant opened by the end of summer 2016 and generated a lot of hype in its early days: because of its location (a busy and getting busier area) and because of its cuisine. Muito Bey serves Lebanese tapas-style food (called mezze), unique and healthy. This place will make Lisboners become familiar with words like zaatar (a mix of basil and thyme), lahmé (minced meat with parsley, tomato and bell-peppers), jebné (fresh cheese) and kafta (beef, lamb or chicken kebab).
Time Out tips:
– Bey is the airport code for Beirut.
– Muito Bey is also a pun on the Portuguese “muito bem” (“very well”).
– The homemade bread has been praised since day one.
|Venue name:||Muito Bey||Contact:|
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|