- 13 reviews
A lovely upscale Lebanese restaurant. The decor is as stunning as the food.Popular withLuxury
So, this joint is in all the guidebooks, but who cares? It's good, and it's cheap (and real live Lebanese people eat there too). It's a great little time capsule, with weird murals and paintings on the walls. Specials change every day, and you can get all kinds of home-cooking kinds of dishes, as well as simple stuff like boiled ...Popular withVegetarianFoodiesBudget
This restaurant was recommended to me by fellow Gogobot users (thanks! :) ) and is a great spot for lunch. Located in Mar Mikhael, a fun district with lots of bars and cafes, Tawlet runs a buffet set-up of truly delicious salads, meats, cheeses, vegetables and hummous. The man behind Tawlet, Kamal Mouzawak, is considered a culinary trailblazer in the ...Popular withLuxury
One of the places to be seen in Beirut, for the party set who come out after sundown. It's hip but I've had mixed experiences with the food. I'll stick to coming here for a pre-dinner cocktail before dinner somewhere else or a digestif afterwards.Popular withTrendsters
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- 121 review
One of the best Lebanese restaurants you can find. delicious and healthy Lebanese food such as tabbouleh, hommos, and of course the grill.
- 141 review
Seek out this tiny little ice-cream shop in Achrafiyeh, and order the apricot if it's on offer. OK, and also the pistachio. And the strawberry. And whatever else they have. Every flavor is intense and rich, and the guy only makes things when the fruits are in proper season (except the apricot--that's from dried fruits, which makes it more intense). ...Popular withFoodiesBudget
This is the place to go to see the Lebanese living the good life. The clientele here is glamorous and certainly know hows to enjoy live. They've also been through enough hard times to really believe in carpe diem. The food here is good -- a mix of pasta, salads, and upscale versions of local food but the real draw ...Popular withLuxury
- 161 review
This is basically ground zero for Lebanon's artisanal and regional foods. The great thing about the country is that it's so tiny, it's feasible for kindly old grannies to trundle into Beirut once every couple of weeks and cook up an enormous lunch, then go home the same night. Tawlet serves a lunch that changes daily to focus on a ...Popular withGreenVegetarianFoodies
- 171 review
Expensive but well worth it, Mayrig is a wonderful Armenian restaurant with excellent service and amazing food.