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Brasserie Bar and Grill, 16 Hobart Place, Belgravia , London SW1W 0HH
Tel +44(0)207 235 9444.

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      30.09.2000 15:24
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      NOURA (two people-two glasses of wine, bottle of water, 7 appetizers, one main dish, coffee and dessert including service) 55 pounds Brasserie Bar and Grill 16 Hobart Place, Belgravia London SW1W 0HH Tel 0207235 9444 The London version of the Parisian establishment is mesmerizing. A grand and spacious setting yet unpretentious and extremely hospitable. Unlike other Lebanese Restaurants dining at Noura is a relaxing and down to earth experience. The range and variety of cuisine is unmatched. Exquisite meza (apetisers)include vegetarian dishes like smoked aubergine with tahini known as baba ghanouj, houmous, falafel, taboule, fattoush, muhamara made of crushed walnuts and red peppers, succulent spinach pies and a selection salads. Meat dishes include grilled chicken shish taouk, tender lamb or chicken shawerma, stuffed pitta bread with minced meat known as Arayes, grilled sea bass and red snapper. To supplement is an excellent variety of wine including the famous Lebanese Chateau Musar, in addition to Chateau Kefraya Ksara, a list of French wines and Arak, the Arab equivalent of ouzo and grappa. Service is attentive and cordial yet not intrusive. Known for its patisserie in Paris on Avenue Marceau, Noura has a majestic array of tantalizing desserts like Halawat al Jibn a spring roll filled with cheese and topped with pistachios and orange blossom water, Katayef a pancake with walnuts and cheese and the usual baklava and namouria. This new comer will certainly raise eyebrows.

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