Bachir Ice Cream is the most famous ice cream parlor in Lebanon. A family business that was founded in Bikfaya, this shop satisfied the Lebanese people’s cravings since 1936. From ashta to rose water, you can find any flavor there. Last year in January, Bachir Ice Cream opened its first store in Paris on Rambuteau street. Glace Bachir offers
and Lebanese hospitality. It’s a home away from home for Lebanese expats who are feeling homesick. In an interview, one of the founders Elie Bachir mentioned that he moved to France with his family in the nineties. His kids are running the business in Paris. His daughter Caroline mentioned that the first customers in Glace Bachir were Lebanese. The cold Parisian winter did not stop them from visiting their all-time favorite ice cream parlor. The Lebanese visitors also told about their experiences with Bachir Ice Cream when they were children. The French responded well to the Lebanese ice cream parlor because the products are 100% organic. Also, food critics were amazed by the quality and taste of the ice cream.
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