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Fond memories of food in Syria, Lebanon and Persia are transplanted to the Seattle of today. Enjoy man'aeesh and other traditional street foods from our walk-up window menu, a private event in our luxurious lounge, or a relaxed, elegant meal in our well-appointed dining room.
Food is an essential part of all family and social interactions in the Middle East where people grow up with intense flavors, colorful, vibrant foods fresh from the marketplace, prepared simply and with a lot of passion. Aromatic herbs fill the streets and a spirit of warmth and generosity exudes welcome at any table.
Here at Mamnoon, we share these strengths brought with us from Lebanon and Syria to the new world of Seattle – where modern curiosity, compassion, progressive values and tolerance are paving the way for harmonious integration and celebration of cultures and flavors.
Seattle, WA 98122
Middle Eastern, Lebanese, Syrian
Hours of Operation:
brunch | 10:00a - 2:30p sa/su
lunch | 11:30a - 4:00p daily
happy hour | 4:00p - 6:00p daily
dinner | 5:00p - 10:00p daily
late night | 10:00p - 11:00p fr/sa
to go | 11:30a - 10:00p su - th, 11:00p fr/sa
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Treat your guests to skewers of spiced grilled meats, mana'eesh (thin flatbreads) with an array of toppings which highlight bright and unique flavors, rich mezze spreads with house-made pita, and traditional middle eastern sweets. Great for both small and large groups!
There is two hour, paid, street parking until 8pm, and after that it's free. There are also three surface lots at Pine and Melrose.
We are near several bus stops, the 49/47/43/11/10, and a short walk from the Westlake Link light rail stop.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Mamnoon Ratings and Reviews
As expected, the food and table service did not disappoint. I would have given 5 stars for all if the front-end staff were friendlier and more competent. We were waiting in line to check in for our reservation, and one of the hostesses helped others before helping us. Two out of our party of four were present when we were seated, which we told the staff. When the rest of our party came, the two hostesses were unable to help our friends. Our friends had to call me on my cell phone in order to find us and get seated.
We were actually a little disappointed this time round. We have been to Mamnoon several times and really enjoyed it. This time the food was a little ordinary and not very flavorful. We lived in the Middle East for 5 years and understand the flavor profiles of the food. Won't visit again.
5 years- I finally made it - and then I went back a few weeks later. Beautiful food and such attention to details that make the meal a true experience. A copper embossed tray, a small glass of warm orange blossom water, a fig angustura cocktail called Old Beirut. Will return again and again. Knowledgeable servers, quality cocktails, and flavors to dream about.
Food was incredible!! Wonderful portions with attention to detail. Taste buds were working overdrive! Our waiter was pretentious, rude, and and frankly took the whole experience down a notch. He was uppity when we asked him to explain the menu. He said “it’s like every other restaurant. You just order.” He had a beard. Beware of this man.
You should NEVER go here...ONLY ME!!! It's so delicious. I live out of town but travel to Seattle regularly for work and this is my go-to spot. I took several coworkers there this week and our server gave us great recommendations that I hadn't tried before...the Moushakal (the appetizer combo platter that is served with warm, fresh-made pita), the Fatoush salad, and good lord (!!), the Arnabeit Makli (cauliflower). Who knew cauliflower could be so amazing. These were just the appetizers. For the entrée, I had the ghalieh mahi ba reshteh polow (kind of a fish stew with a fancy rice). Maybe I eat that every time I go because it's so delicious. They change the menu with the seasons, so if you go in the summer, be sure to get the tomato salad! The atmosphere is contemporary and beautiful and the staff is very nice. It gets busy, so make a reservation and be patient. It is well worth the wait.
The food was very savory, authentic modern-middle east. The service was poor: we booked the table well in advanced and the maître was quite surprised when we showed up exactly on time...the waiter did not really seem very interested in please us: he took ours to bring the glasses of wine, was not really eager to explain the dishes or to share an opinion, and did not appear to check any further request...
Finally, the music was loud, very loud, which made the ambience noisy.
Quite some improvement needed!
Love this place......but, there are issues. The menu is sparse. On my last visit 4 increased from 4 - 5 people, seating was crapped even when we offered suggestions. Also found the waiter was somewhat full of himself and felt like it were inconveniencing him.
Cocktails and food are always well flavored. Will be back but won't sit in that waiters section again.
I made the reservation for 6, but they had us down for 5 in their system somehow. So we were one seat short initially and they tried to stuff us in the back corner of the restaurant. We noticed a slightly better round table nearby and asked to be seated there instead. They said that was reserved for special guests. We all felt more like a nuisance rather than paying patrons. It was really quite a debacle.
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