, a French restaurant in Beirut, on the list of “20 of the World’s Most Underrated Restaurants”. Located on Gouraud Street, Burgundy offers French delicacies while occasionally experimenting with international and Lebanese food. The ingredients are chosen carefully to make sure clients get served great taste and unforgettable experience at the same time. Also, the menu in seasonal but Jade George, the editorial director of Middle Eastern food culture magazine Carton, says that the dishes are exceptionally delicious. Named after a French town that is famous for its vineyards, Burgundy also offers a wide range of wines.
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