Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Manouche Restaurant



I'm freelancing at the moment at an agency housed in The HUB. That means I'm spending my days in Sendling, and discovering its many charms.



One of these is Manouche. A tiny, hip Lebanese restaurant on Valleystraße. Apparently it's the younger sister of the first restaurant Beirut Beirut, which is just on the other side of Implerstrasse. Many say it's better. I haven't tried it out yet because I can't tear myself away from the 'Cocktel' I order at least twice weekly.







The 'Cocktel' is made of a flat bread  folded in half and filled with a mild salty cheese, mint leaves, olive oil, various spices, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives and sesame seeds. It's just divine.



Plus I love the aesthetics of the place. Check out their super cool website.

3 comments:

Maggie Kelly said...

Hello, I love your blog posts! I'm looking for a travel writer in Munich...I see your a designer but perhaps you know some English Language writers? Can you reach out to me if you do? Thanks

Eilidh Elspeth said...

Tried it again the service excellent. Food excellent... I got the pad sees EW as usual but my mom got the shrimp pad Thai... IT IS SO GOOD... I never order pad Thai because it's never consistent anywhere so I just never get it... but there's was so yummy and the shrimp was big. They definitely redeemed themselves at thaifoodnearme.net

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