Nothing can beat a delicious healthy meal to kick off a new day with good energy.
And while the Manoush Zaatar and the Knefe Bil Kaak top the list of favorite breakfasts for the Lebanese, at least traditionally, there are restaurants going more creative nowadays, and deliciously so, in serving breakfast in the country.
So, whether you are visiting Beirut or are just an early bird residing in the capital, here are some of these places serving mouthwatering breakfasts.
This place must be one of Millennials’ favorite breakfast spots for healthy cravings. Not only does the Barn serve tasty food – from oatmeals to eggs on toast – but the presentation is so aesthetically pleasing that you cannot resist taking pictures.
The place is located in Gemmayzeh and its Peanut Butter Toast is a must-try.
If you’re a fan of avocadoes then, obviously, you must try L’Avo in Ashrafieh. Almost every single dish is served with avocadoes, literally. If you fancy an “avocado-licious” breakfast then you must try their special “Avo Egg” and “Avo Jam”.
A classic French bakery located in multiple areas around Beirut, Paul Bakery has an appetizing breakfast menu that never disappoints. Their almond and chocolate croissants served with orange juice are simply amazing.
For all the coffee and carrot cake lovers out there, you should definitely check out Sip, a cute place located in Gemmayzeh. It has so many breakfast options. some with names that will make you smile, like “What My Ex Eats” which is a cool option if you have a sweet tooth.
If you’re looking to take your loved one on a breakfast date, consider this cozy place in Clemenceau. In addition to their various tempting morning meals, like the Salmon Eggs Benedict, The Beazbee serves delicious waffles known to be among the best in town.
Deli.co is among the best in town at serving fresh and flavorful bagels. With many outlets across Beirut, Deli.co has some cool vibes to share breakfast with friends. Plus, their healthy bowls and pancakes are definitely worth a try.
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