Honestly the rich people go to this place. Ferraris, Range Rovers, Porches, and all those fancy cars of the customers are parked by the valet in front of the cafe. In weekends, it is crowded, and most people come to eat here after a late night out at nearby prestigious and famous night clubs.
The design of the restaurant (old house with a front terrace) is nice and authentic of Lebanese atmosphere. The taste of the food is average; but there is a great variety of Lebanese dishes.
I think the prices are high, so that a certain class of people can afford to enter, and not the general public. Honestly, there are many Lebanese breakfast places to DINE at, where you pay a reasonable price for high quality food. Anyway, its more fun to visit it with friends or business colleagues or party acquaintances. It is not family oriented.
I think the special unique aspect of this restaurant cafe is that few places in Beirut have an outside cozy terrace with nature surrounding you.
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