The Lebanese food at Le Cèdre is impeccable. But bear in mind that only the owner can take your order and he is outspoken. And the belly-dancing is noisy.
Zurich's number one for Lebanese food might not be everyone's bag. The food is impeccable, but some of the other features do cause controversy. Food orders are taken only by the very outspoken owner of the establishment, so be prepared for a wait - and for his comments. And the belly dancing might be a highlight for some, but those who are looking for conversation will be put off by the loud music and clapping. But if you like the noise, the dance and the temperament (and a table full of delicious mezze) and come with enough Mediterranean patience, then this could easily become your favourite hangout.
|Venue name:||Le Cèdre|
|Opening hours:||11.30am-2pm and 6pm-0.30am Mon-Fri; 6pm-0.30am Sat, Sun|
|Transport:||Tram 2, 3|