When i first saw this restaurant i wondered who would come to Bahia and be interested in Lebanese food. But after two weeks in Itacare, i was craving something that was not fried or seafood. So i decided to check this place.
Service is phenomenal and the food is delicious. I had the Alamaim dish, which is a version of the Lebanese mezze: tabule, olives, babaganush, hummus, drained yogurt, eggplants, and a nice raw salad. It comes with two lafa breads. Everything was delicious, except the hummus that was a bit salty. Food was very fresh and well presented, with great spices.
The caipirinha was good.
They take credit card but have not wifi available.