10 Restaurants You Must Try in Tripoli, Lebanon

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The northern city of is divided into various districts, including El-Mina that has many great seafood spots. However, if you’re coming to the city center of , here is a list of some restaurants you can’t pass up!

#1 Rawand Cuisine

This restaurant is relatively new. It has great ambiance and food. It has the most unique restaurant menu in .

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#2 Matte

This is an urban-style restaurant where you can enjoy your order in a quiet atmosphere. It also has a salad bar.

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#3 Una Pizza

A unique spot that serves wood-fired pizzas and a small selection of authentic Italian dishes.

#4 Burgery

This industrial-styled restaurant prides itself on its “handcrafted burgers”, which are truly an experience. They also serve hotdogs!

#5 Il Gustina

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Take a trip to at this cozy little spot that offers a large menu of delicious Italian dishes.

#6 Hallab 1881

Hallab is known for its desserts, but it also serves a variety of savory options as well as their daily dishes.

#7 Baytna

Owned by the locally renowned Bakkar Family, this restaurant keeps up with the legacy of serving up traditional Lebanese home-style cuisine.

#8 Dar Al Amar

Similar to Baytna, this restaurant delivers delicious Lebanese meals as well as international food and caters to all ages.

#9 Rassif

Rassif is a cozy spot to enjoy a great cup of coffee, both hot or iced. It offers hearty meals with many unique ingredients.

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#10 Sahseh

Besides being a leading cafe in , this restaurant has a large menu ranging from American to Italian and more.


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