A Lebanese restaurant with an evocative name: La Cîme, Al-Qurn or “The Peak”.
In an ideal location, a stone’s throw away from the Montparnasse Tower, this elegant all-in one bar, brasserie and restaurant is open every day from 9am till 11pm.
Its sober interior, enhanced by the lighting effects which play off the different shades of white and dark brown, make the perfect setting for a business lunch or an intimate dinner.
The same elegance can be found in the food proposed, with a range of Lebanese specialties on offer: hummous, Lebanese tabbouleh and assorted grilled meats (minced meat, chicken, lamb).
Also, vegetarians will find a large choice of dishes to their liking, thanks to a very elaborate menu carefully prepared by the owner himself, Charles al Khoury, who has over thirty years’ experience.
The delicious assortment of seven different types of mezze is simply irresistible. As for dessert, fall for the Baklawa and the Mouhalabieh (pastries topped with orange blossom, syrup and pistachios). Various set menus are on offer, such as the “business” menu (18,50 Euros, 3 choices of starters, one main and one dessert), the “express” menu (14,50 Euros, starter/main or main/dessert) or the “gastronomy” menu (32 Euros/per person, 8 mezze, a duo of skewed kafta-taouk, Lebanese pastries, plus a hot drink).
It is also possible to enjoy the food on an outdoors terrace.
Monday to Saturday, from 8am to 12am
Sundays from 8am to 11pm
Metro Montparnasse / Bus 82, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96
Car parks nearby
22 Rue de l'Arrivée, 75015 Paris