About Noura

This Lebanese restaurant is the venture of brothers Nader and Jean-Paul Bou Antoun, who already own four prestigious establishments in Paris. The stylish interior is equally suitable for a business lunch or an informal get together with friends and has a Phoenician style glass feature. Noura is open continuously from 7am to midnight - great for those of you who get the munchies at unconventional times. What’s cooking? Delicious traditional Lebanese food - Hoummos, Tabbouleh, Kebbeh Nayeh - lamb tartare with cracked wheat, onion and olive oil, Chawarma, Kafta and so forth. Great selection of mezzes and platters for the terminally undecided who want to try a little of everything.

Full a la carte


Selection of hot and cold mezzes including:

Hoummos Beiruty (puree of chickpeas with hot pepper, garlic, parsley, sesame oil and lemon) £4

Samke Harra (fish ratatouille with tomato, hot green peppers, red peppers, onion and coriander) £5.50

Fatayer (baked spinach in pastry parcels) £4.50

Makanek (Lebanese sausages flambeed in lemon) £5

Main Course

Chicken Chawarma (slices of marinated chicken roasted on a skewer) £11

Lubieh with rice (green beans cooked with tomato, served with rice) £8

Kebbeh Meshwiyeh (baked minced lamb and cracked wheat shell filled with seasoned minced lamb and pine kernels) £9.75


Baklawa (layered pastries with almonds, pistachios or pine kernels) £3.75

Aish el Saraya (caramelised bread pudding with ashta clotted cream) £4.25

Mouhallabieh (Lebanese rice pudding) £3.25


Try one of the set menus (£14 for lunch or £23 - £31 for dinner)

Excellent choice of platters available from 12pm to 6pm daily

Choice of hot or cold sandwiches or light meals served throughout the day

Additional Information


16 Hobart Place, Belgravia, SW1W 0HH

Nearest tube:


Average Price:

£35 - £44

Opening times:

Mon - Sun 12pm - 12am

Dress Code: