Where to eat
Auberge Hadath el Jebbeh can prepare fresh homemade meals, by local cooks, upon request. Richta (soup with lentils and small pieces of dough and onions),
maacaron bi toum (dough cooked with garlic), and seasonal dishes with mushrooms are some of the highlights. It’s also a great base and center for exploring the area, with numerous activities on of fer. Also make sure to eat at one of the small places around the town such as the family-run restaurant, Al Hawra (03 802091), which of fers Lebanese mezze. For a fresh manouche, stop at Saj Lalo (03 398568) or Claude’s
(03 435085). Homemade sandwiches and yummy falafel are of fered at Falafel and More (70 969916) and Chez Coco (03 147086).