An elite restau­rant chain in the heart of Lon­don, Noura’s de­lec­ta­ble Le­banese charm meets high ex­pec­ta­tions.

Sharp Magazine Middle East (English) - - Noura -

FOR the very best in Le­banese and Mediter­ranean cui­sine in Lon­don, there’s re­ally only one name that springs to mind: Noura.

Set up in the early 1970s in Le­banon by head chef Jean Paul Bou An­toun and his brother, restau­rant man­ager Nader, the two quickly gained a rep­u­ta­tion for ex­cel­lence and, by 1980, they had opened their first restau­rant in Paris – with seat­ing for just 30 pa­trons. Five years later and ex­pan­sion to new, larger premises was cru­cial. Soon, more pres­ti­gious lo­ca­tions came on stream and the fa­mous Noura ‘chain’ was born – a chain with a name and rep­u­ta­tion for style, de­sign, el­e­gance, cus­tomer ser­vice and ut­most qual­ity.

Noura’s rep­u­ta­tion for ex­cel­lence was not only cham­pi­oned by those who dined at its restau­rants, but by in­dus­try crit­ics, too. A Miche­lin Award in 1993 and the Medaille d’or in 1994 so­lid­i­fied its place among the truly great restau­rant names and, in 1999, Nader Bou An­toun de­cided it was time to re­lo­cate to Lon­don, where there are now three out­lets: a restau­rant and lounge in Bel­gravia, a restau­rant in May­fair and a del­i­catessen, café and shop in Knights­bridge – all of them con­tin­u­ing the Noura tra­di­tion of qual­ity and ser­vice.

Don’t think, how­ever, that you need to visit Noura your­self to ex­pe­ri­ence all the de­lights on of­fer. You can avail your­self of Noura’s leg­endary ser­vice and cui­sine wher­ever you like, thanks to its full cater­ing and events host­ing ser­vice, which ex­tends to plan­ning wed­ding re­cep­tions, ban­quets and cor­po­rate func­tions – your wish is Noura’s com­mand. You can al­ways or­der your meal as a take-away, too. How­ever you wish to ex­pe­ri­ence Noura, you can be cer­tain of en­joy­ing the same stan­dard-set­ting ser­vice and the most in­cred­i­ble cui­sine ev­ery time. In an ever-chang­ing world, it’s com­fort­ing to know that some things re­main con­stant.

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