Located on the charming, old Mar Mikhael main road, 3enab is a cozy new Lebanese restaurant that opened its doors a couple of months ago, welcoming foodies and hookah fans to a beautiful, stylish setting that balances Lebanese heritage with a modern twist.
The décor was my favorite thing about this place. Located in a renovated, old Beiruti house, the venue is divided up into several joint rooms, each with a unique vibe and ambiance. Not only is the authentic Lebanese architecture alone breathtaking, but the little elements of design that were added around the place are absolutely charming! Whether it’s the choice of tables and chairs, tile, wall paint, shelves, pottery, flowers, plants or light fixtures, every element comes together perfectly. The terrace is a delightful place to enjoy some delectable mezze during a warm afternoon. Regardless of where you choose to sit, you’ll feel at home, specifically your grandma’s home, and you’ll enjoy being engulfed in that charm throughout your meal. The food is delicious; fresh, appetizing and very nicely presented and served — the best part being the succulent grilled meat at the end.
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