Restaurants, Lebanese Belgravia
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Run by the Bou Antoun brothers since the ’70s, this Lebanese restaurant started life in Lebanon, before moving to Paris a decade later and finally London in 1999, where thye opened this branch and another in Mayfair. They also have a deli/cafe in Knightsbridge.


Venue name: Noura
Address: 16 Hobart Place
Transport: Tube: Victoria
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The best Lebanese food I have tried in London. Noura brings the best of Lebanese cuisine to London. Their food is so tasty and everyone is very helpful there. I can recommend to everyone!

Noura is one of the best Lebanese restaurant in London always good food and fun. Went along to this one with some friends,The place had a buzzing atmosphere and busy, probbably what you'd expect from a Friday night.

The food was perfect, huge portions and best service which always makes for a better evening.

All 6 of us had a Noura set menu and were very impressed, will definitely be going again.


Noura is the best Lebanees restaurant in London guaranteed. Starting with the typical signature dish of hummos to the warm spinach fatayer which are to die for.. I would certainly recommended Noura fora fantastic dinning experience .

The best of the best. Forget all the other rif-raf that try to impersonate Noura. Noura is the real deal.

I love that place, its very welcoming and the food is just delicious! A must-go in London

I love too much the Lebanese foods it was a exceptional experience I will go again with my friends

I will go always there with family and friends I recommended this restaurant to all my friends

its a lovely lovely place with exceptional lebanese food and warm welcome

Went to Noura in Hobart Place last week with a friend from Canada who had expressed a preference for Lebanese food. The food was mediocre but what really ruined the evening was the surly and rude staff. We were ignored on arrival, nobody was interested in taking our coats and when we asked to change tables (ours was in direct line of the door and it was a cold night) we were told rudely "you will have to wait" even though there were plenty of tables ready. When we took issue with being spoken to like that we were just about shouted at. We were then brought food we had never ordered (and nobody apologised). Needless to say we will not be going back. I have never written a restaurant review before but was sufficiently appalled that I felt I had to. I wish I had read the other reviews on the restaurant before going.