Al Falamanki


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Al Falamanki

When in Raouche, settle in for a feast at Al Falamanki, whose casual ambience and waterside location have earned the place repeat customers in abundance. Few experiences beat sharing a water pipe at sundown, and if you get peckish, there always are plenty of manakish varieties to choose from. Further location in Monot Street operates 24/7.


Beirut's celebrated cafe culture means you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to having a strong cup of Lebanese coffee or a casual meal. Many local cafes also serve shisha (or hookah), which is commonly enjoyed by locals any time of day or night. Here are some of the best cafes in Beirut: