Head to the Marais district to discover Qasti Shawarma & Grill, the latest Lebanese street-food eatery by Alan Geaam set right across Qasti – already managed by the chef. With his starred restaurant, his Saj flatbreads available on the go or delivery, his menu at the Café de la Jatte, his local bakery and the opening of the Auberge Nicolas Flamel, the chef is the talk of the town.
But since we love his cuisine, we will not deny ourselves the pleasure. For Qasti Shawarma & Grill, the chef has come up with a spot enabling – like in a kabob house – to take away or enjoy our order on site. The room expects you inside to have a quiet lunch or dinner. And although the meat skewers grilling remind us of kabob, do not get it wrong, these are Lebanese shawarmas.
Picture this: sliced spicy and marinated meat (poultry or beef) stuffing 100% homemade pita bread, served with pickles and homemade garlic sauce. It is to die for! Also on the menu, grilled poultry or lamb flavored with spices, a selection of mezzes (hummus, baba ghanoush, tabouleh…) without forgetting sweet treats inspired by the traditional Lebanese pastries.
In other words, here is an indulging and very affordable concept to treat yourself to Alan Geaam’s Levantine cuisine we love so much.
Dates and Opening Time
From 21 October 2021 to 21 October 2022
Qasti Shawarma & Grill
214 Rue Saint-Martin
75003 Paris 3