One of the best Armenian-Lebanese restaurants in Beirut, Mayrig is symbolic of the melting-pot of cultures that suffuse the city. Situated in an old house in the popular Gemayzeh quarter of town, it has walls of ancient stone, floors thick with Persian carpets and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. rn
Diners range from Arab tourists to local intellectuals, students and trendy pre- clubbers. If you like Lebanese food and are feeling adventurous try the kebbe naihe (raw ground meat with couscous and spices eaten with bread)
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