This miniscule and angular little joint is fun, colourful and lively-looking; primary tones of red and sky blue appear everywhere in little leitmotifs. In the Lebanese nouvelle vague style of street food menu, this one is designed on a fake newspaper, where every section is interspersed with pictures of Beirut looking deliciously eccentric and lively. It contains pretty much all manner of dishes characteristic of low-key Lebanese dining, including mezze and salads, wraps, shawarmas, manakish and kebab and meat platters. The standard of food is generally good, but nothing is above or beyond average. The tabbouleh is a faithful rendition, while the mixed plate of fatayer, sambousek and kibbeh is well prepared. While the staff are friendly, service can be a bit overbearing at times. Having said that, this is a fun and young-looking little spot that’s decent for a bite of Beiruti food. Plus, since the venue is open 24 hours, it’s absolutely worth dropping by if nothing else is open and you’re hungry come witching hour.