From Paris… to Paris

HK Magazine - - DINING -

“Why quit when you’re ahead?” seems to be the motto at Black Sheep Restau­rants, which re­cently an­nounced the 11th and 12th ad­di­tions to its grow­ing res­tau­rant em­pire. This time the Black Sheep com­pass points west to the Mid­dle East and Paris, with two unique and am­bi­tious of­fer­ings: Set to open next month, Mai­son Libanaise (10 Shel­ley St., Cen­tral) cel­e­brates the vi­brant cul­ture and de­li­cious cui­sine of Le­banon, with three stories evok­ing a 1960s Beirut house in­clud­ing a ground-floor take­away, “Le Sa­lon” serv­ing mezze and mains, and the rooftop “La Bu­vette” wine bar. Mov­ing from “The Paris of the Mid­dle East” to the real deal, Belon (41 El­gin St., Cen­tral)—set to open in March—will be a neo-Parisian bistro show­cas­ing French­rooted cook­ing with lo­cal in­gre­di­ents. Ex­pect to be blown away yet again by thought­fully ap­pointed in­te­ri­ors and un­mis­tak­ably au­then­tic food.

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