A luxurious, unique, spectacular restaurant nestled in the peaceful upper streets of Zalka, just on the outskirts of Beirut. Restaurant Mcharrabiya is aptly named after its tastefully designed traditional ornamental carved wood encasing colored glass; an architectural tradition carried from the time of the Abbasid Empire in the sixth century. Mcharrabiya extends the tradition with its tantalizing gourmet Lebanese cuisine prepared by its experienced chefs reputed for their indispensable knowledge in the blending of freshly handground exotic seasonings to enhance the flavors of the various traditional and contemporary dishes offered. In addition to its exquisite cuisine, Mcharrabiya's warm-hearted staff welcomes you to a modern and charming atmosphere with the open arms of Lebanese hospitality and generosity, coupled with value of service. Mcharrabiya is a one of a kind experience you will never forget, and will look forward to repeat, again and again. We look forward to your visit and promise you an enchanting experience.

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