Brasserie Naï, a delicious Lebanese restaurant near the Place de L’Etoile

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Published by Elodie D. · Photos by Elodie D. · Updated on 27 August 2017 at 17h05 · Published on 19 June 2017 at 17h01
With summer upon us, Lebanese food and its fresh dishes are a good option. Near the Place de l’Etoile, on the Avenue de la Grande Armée, we’ve discovered Brasserie Naï excelling at hummus, sambousik and lamb skewer for a very correct rate! Open non-stop from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., Brasserie Naï welcomes us for breakfast, lunch and even if you’re feeling peckish in the afternoon…

Looking for a delicious Lebanese restaurant in Paris 17th arrondissement? Run to Brasserie Naï, a stone’s throw from the Rond-Point de l’Etoile, on the Avenue de la Grande Armée, you won’t be disappointed. The family that taken over the restaurant two months ago welcomes us with a friendly smile and provides us with flavorful family cuisine naming a traditional Lebanese menu but very well concocted.

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Open from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., you can enjoy the very large terrace in front of Brasserie Naï (open in the summer, closed in the winter) to enjoy a break with mezzes and Lebanese desserts. For lunch, an aperitif or even a breakfast, Brasserie Naï knows how to meet your needs of chawarma and knafe (available at any time)!

For a sweet breakfast, you can enjoy tasty Lebanese specialties such as cheese knafe (grinded angel hair cooked with cheese), thyme flatbread or labneh (thyme cream) served with orange juice, coffee or fresh mint tea for €8.50 only.

All day long, Brasserie Naï serves the traditional dishes of the Lebanese cuisine and it’s a success: beef chawarma and chicken chawarma are marinated and perfectly roasted, served with hummus and tabbouli (or fries) for €16.5 to satisfy big gourmets. And if you come as a couple for lunch or even aperitif, you should order the mezze plates with hummus, moutabbal, tabbouli, kebbe ball, meat sambousik, fatayer, falafel for €15.5 only.

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And gourmet alert! You have to taste Brasserie Naï’s mouhalabieh, a Lebanese pudding flavored with orange blossom and rose water and the baklawa, these almond flaky pastries perfectly matching a cup of white coffee (orange blossom water suiting sweet desserts!)…

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If you like Lebanese cuisine, I’m sure you’ll love Brasserie Naï, an address that remains affordable and provides very good products and if you don’t know Lebanese cuisine very well, let yourself be walked through it and you’ll fall under spices’ and orange blossom’s spell!




Practical information


8 Avenue de la Grande-Armée
75017 Paris 17

M° 1,2 et 6 Charles-de-Gaulle Etoile

les mezzés: €6 - €9
le petit dej: €8.5
les grandes assiettes: €15 - €18
menu entrée, plat dessert: €19.9

Average duration
3 h

Official website

More informations
Horaires : ouvert tous les jours de 7h30 à 23h30

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