Word of mouth is an important tool. When you hear of a good restaurant you’re always tempted to try it out. Ratings work in the same way. Thanks to the internet, we can check ratings and reviews before visiting a specific restaurant or ordering delivery.
Here are some of the top-rated Beirut’s restaurants to fulfill your cravings.
#1 Em Sherif
With Lebanese classics playing in the background, this traditional restaurant with a modern and upscale feel is considered one of the best Lebanese restaurants in the region.
#2 Jai Kitchen
Serving up the most flavorsome noodles, curries, dumplings, salads, and more, this hidden gem of Thai cuisine in the heart of Beirut is worth checking out.
#3 Loris Restaurant
Loris in Gemmayze is a nice and cozy setting in the middle of the city for Lebanese food nights. The menu also includes Armenian food, which is a must-try.
Husk Beirut comes also highly recommended, especially for its southern fried chicken spiced up to heat your night… deliciously!
This hidden spot in Hamra offers great vibes, delicious Lebanese food, and quick bites. Most people recommend their “batata harra” (spicy potatoes).
#6 Bedivere Eatery & Tavern
Medival-themed Bedivere is one of the best pubs in Hamra with an equivalently great food menu.
#7 Meats & Bread
Meats & Bread in Gemmayze is a BBQ house for hardcore meat-eaters.
#8 The Bros
Nearly everyone who has visited The Bros says they had a great experience. Its only problem: it’s not big enough to accommodate the hungry crowd!
#9 Osaka Sushi Lounge
Osaka has some of the greatest reviews and is considered among the best places to eat sushi in Beirut, especially because of the fresh taste.
L’avo is the first avocado bar to hit Lebanon for all avo lovers. There’s avocado in everything, from the toast to the dessert. This place will make you savory and sweet avocado dreams come true.
#11 Get Grilled
Located in Frun El-Chebbak, Get Grilled is a highly rated modern east-central Asian fusion restaurant. It surprisingly also serves Persian food!
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