Phoenicia honors Lebanese cuisine

Near Leidseplein, you will find the beautifully decorated Lebanese restaurant Fenicie. This new restaurant serves traditional Lebanese flavors to create their sophisticated dishes. You go here for the fine atmosphere and culinary delights paired with fine wines.

fenicie-liban restaurant
Lebanese restaurant

Lebanese cuisine is known for mazza-style dining. This means that the table is full of different smaller dishes, ranging from meat to fish and vegetarian, which are shared by the guests at the table. This not only ensures that you get to enjoy many different flavors but also provides conviviality and togetherness. The chef at Fenicie attaches great importance to the quality and beauty of the products he works with, raising the dishes to a culinary high level.


On the map at Phoenicia

The extensive menu at Fenicie is a mix of hot and cold fish, meat, vega and vegan dishes. Different types of Hummus with freshly baked bread, Tabbouleh salad, Smoked Eggplant from the charcoal grill, Traditionally marinated lamb chops, Grilled Octopus with a sauce of oregano; we could go on and on. All prepared with beautiful ingredients and full of flavor. Should you find it difficult to choose, you can also go for a set menu where you are served 2 salads, 5 cold and 3 hot mazza dishes or choose between a meat or fish platter. Above all, take a look at the wine list where there are many great options, including a Lebanese wine that ranks number 22 on the list of the best wines in the world.

Opening hours

Fenicie is open Sunday through Thursday from noon to 11 pm. On Friday and Saturday, you can visit from noon to 3:00.

Kleine-Gartmanplantsoen 11-HS, Amsterdam
020 776 8055
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