The Best Steak House in Lebanon: Le Relaid Du Entrecote

There is only one restaurant in the world that breaks the language barriers and does not require from the customer to read a menu. Le relais du Entrecote with only one single platter was able to become a phenomenal restaurant with locations in Paris, Geneva, Beirut, Riyadh, Doha, Dubai and Hong Kong. Simplicity is the best thing about this restaurant as there is no menu to choose from, so there will be no confusion. All you have to do is to choose the cooking of the meat. We always go for the very well done. The restaurant is typically French with its wooden decoration and hanging luminaries on the wall. It's very warm and royal.


The feast starts with the Iceberg Salad with walnuts and Dijonnaise sauce. It is very simple and tasty but this time we felt that the sauce needed to be more consistent. Sliced baguette with moutarde de Dijon are always on the side and they are so addictive so beware not to eat a lot because what's coming is divine.


The main platter consists of thin slices of extremely tender and juicy entrecôte (a premium cut of beef) in their secret, orgasmic, butter based sauce. The steak is accompanied with thin and golden crispy French fries, which made the platter even better. One time is definitely not enough to fulfill your cravings so there is a second round to really enjoy the best steak in town.

You may eat the same platter every time you visit Le Relais de l'Entrecôte but you will never end up eating the same dessert. They have a big variety of mouthwatering French desserts. We went for the Crème Brûlée. It was finger licking good; extremely creamy, not too sugary, with a crunchy thin caramel layer on top. It was the perfect ending to an unforgettable food experience.

Le Relais de l'Entrecôte is the restaurant with "an unparalleled success for decades". Although it has one kind of platter, we always want to visit it again and again.

Price: 45000 LBP the formula.
Rating: 9/10
Phone Number: 01 332087
Location: Ashrafieh, Abdel Wahab el Inglizi Street, Beirut

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