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Renovated Charming House on Ain el Mraysseh Corniche
Branches:Ain el Mraysseh, Mar Elias, Verdun
Price:Between 20$ and 35$
Review by Souad
Dardachat is a café restaurant with three branches in Ain el Mraysseh, Verdun and Batriarkieh. We have been to the Ain el Mraysseh branch where the place is a lovely renovated old house with a wide terrace. The restaurant is nicely designed with colored furniture and an oriental touch.
The menu offers a variety of Lebanese mezze, Sajizza, sandwiches and platters. The mezze section is a limited, mostly vegeterian. No traditional grills are served. If you want meat or chicken, you have to go for an occidental platter. We ordered a variety of mezze and “Sajizzas”, everything was good. The service is friendly and casual but not very trained. Most importantly, prices are very affordable with respect to the location.
From my side, I recommend Dardachat for breakfast, arguileh on their terrace or a nice meal.Write a Review
Lebanese menu with mezze, Sajjiza, sandwiches and occidental plates.
Suitable for vegetarians. Serves alcohol.
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