1- Belbol village, Sghar
Located in the quiet mountains of Sghar, Batroun, Belbol Village is a standalone Authentic Lebanese Village with its homemade cuisine. Belbol village welcomes visitors from all across the country to our unique agritouristic village.
Belbol Village offers an exquisite selection of Authentic Lebanese food and a wide variety of fun and leisurely activities for children managed and organized by a dedicated team.
Phone nbr: 71 926 508
2- Arnaoun restaurant, Batroun
Rising on a hilltop overlooking the Batroun highway and guarded by the historic Msaylha Fortress, Arnaoon is a standalone Lebanese village that welcomes visitors from all across the country to its picturesque natural landscape. Conceived as a unique recreational and culinary destination, it offers an exquisite selection of generous food and a wide variety of fun and leisurely activities carefully organized by a dedicated staff. Arnaoon is famous for its buffets that bring together families and friends of all ages, from children to teen to adults, in a typically cheerful Lebanese atmosphere for a day out in the village.
Phone nbr: 06 642 111 / 03 342 502
3- Tawlet Biomass, Jrabta
Enjoy a weekend festive buffet and weekday set menu service built on the premises of Batroun’s traditional recipes such as Kebbet Batata, Fweregh, Kechek akhdar and more prepared by local cooks. Lunch every Saturday and Sunday at Tawlet Biomass … under the oak trees, in the organic garden … around typical dishes of the area and of biomass’ kitchen.
Phone nbr: 03 532532
4- Adyar winery and restaurant, Kfifane
Adyar is not simply a Lebanese Wine, Adyar is a great ‘’Vin de terroir’’. Vineyards and wineries are located in different regions of the Lebanese territory: Batroun, Jbeil, Metn and Chouf. In each region the grapes reach optimum physiological maturity and naturally produce consistent wines. The ‘’terroir’’ itself imprints the wine with its mark and typicity. Adyar restaurant also serves typical Lebanese food.
Phone nbr: 03 586 244
5- Tawlet Beit Douma, Douma
Beit Douma is an old, traditional Lebanese house that has been restored in a simple and subtle way. The oldest part of the ground floor dates back to the 18th century, and some of the original Summaqi stone floor remains in the library.
Enjoy a weekend festive buffet and weekday set menu service at Tawlet Beit Douma, built on the premises of Batroun’s traditional recipes such as Kebbet Batata, Fweregh, Kechek akhdar and more prepared by local cooks.serves typical Lebanese food from the region.
Phone nbr: 70 082 225
6- Diwan el Beik, Douma
Diwan el Beik is an authentic restaurant in the beautiful village of Douma. Typical local Lebanese food is prepared and served in the garden of the traditionnal house.
Phone nbr: 06 520 319
7- Ixsir winery and restaurant, Basbina
Cultivated with respect to sustainable agriculture, IXSIR’s vineyards are spread across the mountains of Lebanon on clay-calcareous and limestone soil, from Batroun to Jezzine, benefiting from microclimates that are unique to Lebanon. IXSIR’s vineyards culminate at an altitude of 1,800 metres, making them the highest in the Northern Hemisphere.
Open for lunch from Tuesday to Sunday Closed on Mondays.
Phone nbr: 71 773 770