Every single dish is simply exquisite. I would like to congratulate the owners on the professional and tasty preparations. For dessert:
The best part:
- Chocolate biscuits
- Ghandour and Turkish delights (loukoum)
- Asmall bowl of fruits. The fruits can be more generous and be better presented.
Grilled and fried fish are uniquely tasty. They do not cover their fried fish in flour. This way it's kept crunchy with it's original taste. In major Lebanese restaurants, fried fish becomes chewy just a couple of minutes after being served.
The only negative comment:
Waiters, although polite and gentle, need a lot of training. They are not made for this job. Is it a cut on cost? You expect to meet a head waiter at a Lebanese restaurant or maybe have the manager pass by the table. I didn't appreciate the service part at all. It can and should have been better considering that Le Galet is a package of positive things. To be able to compete with the best around, the service is a matter that must be taken seriously.