Lebanese Dinner at the SenSais

 June 20, 2018

SenSais Lebanese dining
SenSais Lebanese dining / Photo via VisitMonaco.com


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The “Le Phenicia” restaurant in Antibes and the “SenSais” restaurant in Monte-Carlo are joining forces and organizing a Lebanese dinner on 29 June 2018.

Lebanese cuisine – a story to share at the SenSais!

SenSais Lebanese restaurant

SenSais Lebanese restaurant / Photo via SenSais

Discover the culinary delights of the ” Le Phenicia ” restaurant, which specializes in Lebanese cuisine … Spend an evening Lebanese-style!

On the program: Traditional Lebanese cuisine and Lebanese atmosphere with a DJ

Further information and bookings

SenSais Lebanese dining

SenSais Lebanese dining / Photo via VisitMonaco.com

Originally published at VisitMonaco.com


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