As food from the Levant continues to gain an increase in popularity, Lebanese restaurants are making their way to international, high-end streets known for their Michelin-starred places.
From Germany to Australia, Lebanese food is sure to be invading the world, making people either intrigued to visit this country or nostalgic about it.
Here are seven Lebanese restaurants around the world to make you feel at home:
1. Maroush, London
2. Abd El Wahab, UAE
Branching from the original restaurant in Achrafieh, Beirut, Abd El Wahab is now in the UAE with five branches between Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Look out for the one inside Souk Al Bahar, as it overlooks Burj Khalifa and the ever-famous dancing fountains.
3. Maison Issa, Paris
4. Babel, Berlin
Different than the Babel we know in Lebanon, Babel Berlin has been a long-time favorite spot for tourists and locals alike.
Located in Kastanienallee, Berlin, this place offers big colorful platters which seem to be incredibly popular amongst people. For vegans, especially, the Falafel, Halloumi, and Hummus platter proves to be a best seller.
5. Mandaloun, Rome
From the same Mandaloun found in Lebanon, the city of Rome now has its very own. From local wine and beer to authentic Lebanese food, Mandaloun Roma is sure to grace Italy and its visitors with good flavors.
6. Manousheh, New York City
Located at the Bleecker St and Macdougal St intersection in New York, Manousheh has been home to freshly baked flatbreads with your usual Lebanese spreads since 2013. And if you ever feel like drinking Almaza, this is the place to go.