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We were the only black group in the whole restaurant. We waited 40 minutes for them to even acknowledge us. They refused to actually serve us and made us feel uncomfortable. If you're black it dark-skinned, then I do not suggest this place.
Al Falamenki at the Raouche area is a genuine Lebanese cuisine experience offering a complete experience of Lebanese breakfast, dinner and lunch. I visited this place twice, once with friends and another time with my wife and kid. Both experiences were the same.
I heard so much about this restaurant that we have decided to give it a try. From the entrance it looked great with nice decoration and nice tables. The view was overlooking the fabulous Al Raouche rock which is quite famous in Lebanon and so...More
Beautiful location, overlooking Raouche Rock.
The food was ok and service wasn’t that bad, though it took them a while to service us.
I don’t recommend this place at all for kids, it’s always full of shisha smoke. Ask for an outdoor table, for the...More
I have visited this place twice during my recent trip to Lebanon, and I have to admit that day or night, this place is great.
The sheesha is good. The food menu is varied and mixed for all tastes. Always try making an advanced booking...More
Nearly every item is ridiculously overpriced. Charges around $10 for 3 eggs that come with nothing else whatsoever! Stingy with all condiments. Food taste is mediocre (I’m Lebanese). Worst are the drinks, most of which are around $5. Water served in cheap plastic cups. Service...More
I’ve been to the other Falamanki in Beirut and I was disappointed with the extremely slow service at this branch. I had to wait for more than 35 mins to get my coffee and I ended canceling my order and leaving the place.
The food was very tasty, even though it was overpriced. The service was also satisfactory but most customers were doing shisha and that was a-bit overwhelming for someone that is not used to so much smoke.
What I didn’t like first is that because they knew that we are not locals they didn’t give us a front table with a view! And they had 4 tables empty. Waiter’s attitude when we asked fir a table was not good (and their answer...More