CHECK OTHER REVIEWS FOR THIS PLACE:
La Petite Maison Beirut: A Fine Culinary Experience Filled with European Flavors (Restaurant Relocated)
La Petite Maison: In the Kitchen with Chef Patron Raphael Dontoye
La Petite Maison: A Casual Chic French Restaurant (Restaurant Relocated)
La Petite Maison: Coming Back Soon to Downtown Beirut
La Petite Maison Beirut Is Back Fresher and Bigger
La Petite Maison: My Favorite Restaurant is Back!
La Petite Maison Beirut and Beyond...
La Petite Maison Beirut; Bravo for the Food not the Service
For their first anniversary, La Petite Maison celebrated with the Gipsy Queens. The Gypsy Queens is a French pop band, originating from Nice. The five-piece band is an outfit worth seeing, and consists of Didier Casnati (Italian lead singer and front man), Fred Novelli (French double-bassist), Anders Klunderud (Norwegian guitarist and ex- professional footballer), Jack Kane (Scottish saxophonist) and Manuel Polin (Mexican drummer). I'm not sure if you want me to describe the place again, its ambiance, service and food, since I've done that quite a few times already... Believe me when I say, that tonight's dinner was enchanting. The food was impeccable, as always, especially so in the presence of the famous Raphael himself. The ambiance was breathtaking and a band that knows the art of fun entertained us. The waiters were exceptional and well trained... A night to be remembered.
After dessert, where we enjoyed some caramel mousse and passion fruit posset, we left happy counting the minutes to our next visit. I hope the Gypsy Queens would come to Lebanon soon enough reviving the Lebanese nightlife scene.