Nasma, an authentic Lebanese restaurant, has opened its doors in Beirut City Centre, in a lively event which gathered hundreds of guests to celebrate. As part of Nasma’s philosophy to blend traditional Lebanese recipes with a modern twist, the event brought to life local heritage and fused it with contemporary elements.
“We are pleased to have opened the doors of Nasma to serve our loyal customers with the unending love and passion that we blend in all of our dishes,” said Jibran Shweiry, Head of Development at Nasma. “At this new venue, we have created a more spacious yet cozy setting that caters to all types of occasions and gatherings” he added.
The event took place in the grand indoor venue of Nasma as well as in the outdoor terrace area, allowing guests to mingle and savor the Lebanese dishes being passed around.
Nasma offers authentic Lebanese dishes with fresh local ingredients, presenting guests with a blend of exquisite delicacies. The ingredients are sourced from various Lebanese villages, cooked in a light and healthy manner. Previously located in the heart of Achrafieh, Nasma has relocated to Beirut City Centre to better serve customers.
Entertainment hosted by Tarte Aux Poires revived Lebanese traditions, with dancers and acts that took place around the venue, to lively music.
Nasma is open daily on level 3 terrace at Beirut City Centre, from 10 am to midnight, offering delicacies, cocktails and exceptional arguileh. For reservations, please call 01 288 256.
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