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This summer, the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo is being filled with the fragrances of the Middle East with the arrival of Maison Noura, an illustrious institution of Lebanese cuisine based in Paris.
The fragrance will guide you directly to the Salon Excelsior and onto its shaded terrace where Noura will be set up for the summer. A lounge bar and Lebanese dining will be on offer from 15th July to 25th August: an ambiance out of a Thousand and One Nights is guaranteed.
The family-owned business, created in 1989 and enjoyed by generations of Parisians and international customers, has chosen Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo as the location for its summer ephemeral restaurant, with the unique ambiance and flavours of Lebanon that have brought the restaurant chain so much success.
It is a sensory culinary experience that can be enjoyed every evening from 5pm until midnight in the Salon Excelsior, with its terrace and views over Monaco.
The lounge bar also opens at 5pm and offers a shisha bar, colourful cocktails and mezze against a musical backdrop. It will gradually give way to dinner under the stars.
On the menu are delicious, revisited versions of Lebanese cuisine, influenced by the Middle East and Mediterranean.
Seasonal products are subtly enhanced with the best spices from around the world, such as coriander, cardamom and sumac, or the delicate blends of za’atar and baharat.
The mezze menu offers all the classics: Lebanese tabbouleh, hummus and aubergine caviar along with fresh seasonal salads.
Light, culturally blended and colourful, Maison Noura’s cuisine celebrates fish with its carpaccio, tartare and the famous cod sayadieh. Also of note are its signature dishes including the confit royal d’agneau for two to share.
It is a unique and unforgettable oriental experience in an exceptional setting, just waiting to be enjoyed.
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