I’m freelancing at the moment at an agency housed in The HUB. That means I’m spending my days in Sendling, and discovering its many charms.
One of these is Manouche. A tiny, hip Lebanese restaurant on Valleystraße. Apparently it’s the younger sister of the first restaurant Beirut Beirut, which is just on the other side of Implerstrasse. Many say it’s better. I haven’t tried it out yet because I can’t tear myself away from the ‘Cocktel’ I order at least twice weekly.
The ‘Cocktel’ is made of a flat bread folded in half and filled with a mild salty cheese, mint leaves, olive oil, various spices, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives and sesame seeds. It’s just divine.
Plus I love the aesthetics of the place. Check out their super cool website.
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