I’ve been to Boulevard Beirut on a number of occasions and I love their lunch and dinner menu. The restaurant serves classic Lebanese favourites with a modern touch.
[ You must try the traditional Lebanese shish barak and the mini kafta pockets served with a minty fresh laban dip ]
The venue is already one of my favourites in Beirut in terms of comfort, decoration and interior design in comparison to other Lebanese restaurants.… Read more
I’ve been wanting to try PureFit sports nutrition bars for a while now because they’re promoted as being “the all-natural, gluten-free and wheat-free, dairy-free, vegan, kosher, high in protein, diabetic-friendly, that tastes great nutrition bar.”
So yeah, you can see why I was pretty excited to try these out!… Read more
Hidden from the crowded and trendy main street of Mar Mikhael, you discover SUD Restaurant nestled in La Cour Saint Michel, a picturesque courtyard owned by Chawki Yazbeck (who also owns SUD).… Read more
Straight out of Pinterest, GardenState, one of my favourite outdoor pubs, has finally opened its doors for summer.
Its location is away from the typical Mar Mikhael pub scene, so at least you can enjoy going through a traffic-free zone in Beirut for a change.… Read more
We were skeptical at first – from Verdun main street, you can mistake Bent El Sultan Restaurant for a typical shisha lounge.
However, once we entered, we were met with a chic outdoor terrace, a cozy interior, contemporary décor with classic pieces, traditional uniforms and positive vibes.… Read more
Brass Beirut, a restaurant-pub, recently opened in the heart of Achrafieh. I don’t know about you, but this area of Achrafieh (Sodeco, Tabaris…) confuses me – I’m always getting lost!
After we (finally!) found the restaurant (on foot), we were greeted by one of the owners, Khaled M., who welcomed us with great hospitalit.… Read more
I am a HUGE sushi fan (more so sashimi). I can eat it any day, every day. No exaggeration.
Is Sushi Healthy?
Sushi has been mistakenly labeled as an unhealthy and fattening food by many.… Read more
Maison M, House of Makhlouf, was established in 1948 with its first branch in Dora. The Naccache branch is fairly new (just a few years old) and is made up of 4 floors.… Read more
I’ve previously been to Tamashii’s branch in Mar Mikhael – it’s a very small restaurant with 4 tables and a bar. I was pleased to hear about their new branch in Antelias and even more so when I saw how spacious and charming the venue was!… Read more
Garcia’s, a Mexican restaurant-pub, has moved from Hamra and landed in Blueberry Square, Dbayeh.
We arrived to the meet up 10min early (7.50pm), greeted by the friendly staff. The venue is charming with Spanish music playing in the background.… Read more
It was a beautiful sunny Saturday morning in Beirut. What better way to start your weekend than to have a fulfilling tasty breakfast at Memory Lane? This chic-casual restaurant/pub recently opened in the heart of Mar Mikhael, Beirut and I can’t wait to share my firsthand experience with you!… Read more
We were invited to Rare Restaurant, a charming restaurant nestled in Achrafieh, to celebrate their 10th anniversary the other night.
We received a warm welcome by restaurant owner, Wael Haddad, who so patiently guided us through Rare’s concept and menu, which by the way is printed on the placemats – clever.… Read more