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Noura Montparnasse Restaurant In Paris

The two brothers Nader Bou Antoun and Jean Paul Bou Antoun got involved in the restaurant business back in the early 70's in Lebanon and due to their success they decided to open up a restaurant in Paris, which was the very start of the now famous Noura chain of restaurants.

The first restaurant they opened in 1980 outside of their own country was only able to seat thirty people, but because of its resounding success, they moved to larger premises and then expanded further and today there are actually four Noura restaurants in Paris alone.

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Noura Montparnasse Restaurant In Paris

All of these restaurants serve Lebanese cuisine, the original one is known as Noura Montparnasse, but another of these Paris restaurants run by the Noura group is called Le Zyriab and can be found in the Institut du Monde Arab in the 5th arrondissement in Paris with fantastic views of Notre Dame Cathedral and the River Seine.

But getting back to the Noura Montparnasse Restaurant, this is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris and inside you will find a distinctly international feel with sleek upholstered seating, a bright airy space with works of art adorning the light walls and crisp white tablecloths.   

Set on two levels and having a Mediterranean style ambience with its greenery and wood, the restaurant Noura Montparnasse really does distinguish itself by its inner courtyard garden that is a wonderful and pleasant place to dine in the summertime.

The menu offers a wide selection of hot and cold dishes, grills and desserts all from Middle Eastern and traditional Lebanese cuisine which is fresh prepared and some of delights on offer include kebabs, Chawarma mixed beef and chicken, M?zz?, moussaka, mixed grills, etc, yet you will find that there are some Halal friendly and vegetarian food options available as well.

There are also absolutely superb ice creams available, which are a must to try for anyone who likes this type of dessert, and they also have a very good selection of wines, including some well established Lebanese wine makers.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

The Noura Montparnasse is open on a Monday right through to a Sunday from 11am until 11.30pm. 

There is no particular dress code and it is suitable for all ages, but there is also a take away service available.

The average cost for a main course is around 21€, which is pretty reasonable for the quality of cuisine served.

The nearest Metro station is the Vavin.

Address & Contact Details:

Noura Montparnasse
121 Boulevard du Montparnasse

Telephone: 1 43 20 19 19

Noura Montparnasse Paris

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