Feel like eating on the go without really seating? Are you a Mediterranean flavor lover? If so, meet at Man'ouché - galette traditionnelle libanaise, a street food restaurant set in Paris 4th arrondissement, near Centre Pompidou. A place serving different flatbreads, chawarmas and other pittas for a culinary journey to the heart of Lebanon.
On the menu then, flatbreads cooked on a Saj, a sort of concave or convex pan, used to cook the dough serving for these delicious on-the-go sandwiches, but also oven-baked pittas and traditional flavors likely to delight, undoubtedly, gourmets and foodies. As for flatbreads, you can go for the zaatar based on thyme, corn, for the vegetarian versions, or based on cheeses (halloumi, labneh…) or even meat (Lahme, Dejaje…).
Please note that everything is homemade and in front of you, for a sandwich with fresh ingredients and made to order. Flatbreads the editorial board tried on a sunny day. And our expectations have been fulfilled! We went for something classic, zaatar, with additional labneh… Beyond the fineness of the flavors, we enjoyed the balance of all the ingredients, suiting European mouths: not too spicy not too bland. A nice discovery and a know how that is worth the stop. Let’s go, friends, shall we?
From 1 January 2019 to 1 January 2021
62 Rue Rambuteau
75004 Paris 4
Métro ligne 11 station "Rambuteau"
la bouchée: 1-2 €
la pâtisserie: 1,5-2 €
la pitta: 5-7 €
le mezze: 5,50 €
zaatar: 6 €
la galette: 6-8 €
le plat: 11-14 €