A novelty of Beirut
This recently opened restaurant is located a few steps from the bridge that leads into the Armenian quarter of Borj Hammoud. It's a typically Lebanese restaurant, pretty on the inside, with an intimate atmosphere. Among the dozens of dishes you can choose from, the highlight is the meat: kebabs or chops, a real treat - though if you're trying to save, you might find your budget a little bit inflated for the evening. The excellent fattoush and tabbouleh, two typical Lebanese salads, are worth trying, as is the Arak, an anise liqueur mixed with water.