Where to eat

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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).

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