Designed to reference the forgotten beauty of 1960s Beirut, “The Paris of The Middle East”, Maison Libanaise seamlessly transports guests back to a time of nourishing fare and familial hospitality. Boasting three distinctive offerings, this vertical space was created to showcase the warming nature of Lebanese culture and vibrancy of its food. On entry, Le Comptoir offers kebabs, salads and sides on the go, while above, Le Salon presents a more intimate option with an authentic menu of hot and cold mezze, accompanied by Asia’s leading Lebanese wine list. Finally, hidden away from the hustle of Central Hong Kong sits La Buvette – a unique greenspace that serves as a cooling rooftop oasis in the heart of the city. With a combination of long tables and festoon lighting, it serves as a first choice for standing functions and dinners that run well into the night. Designed for groups to share, the menu features an array of traditional and contemporary delights, from freshly baked pita with homemade dips, to za’atar fried chicken and slow roasted lamb shoulders.
Maison Libanaise's culinary team pride themselves on traditional methods and recipes, delivering Lebanese cuisine made with an emphasis on in-house preparations and premium ingredients. Specialties like house-made yoghurt labneh and house spice blends give new life to age-old favourites.