Another 6 must-try Pain Perdus in Lebanon

In March this year, I wrote about 6 must-try Pain Perdus in Lebanon. Along with positive feedbacks over the article, a number of readers urged me to share ideas about another 6 must-try Pain Perdus in Lebanon.

So, having pleasure in doing so, I’m sharing here ideas about another 6 must-try Pain Perdus in Lebanon.

1) Angelina

Angelina is a French restaurant with an amazing service, Angelina is one the survivors in Down Town Beirut. Along with having a delicious Pain Perdu, I recommend you to request some extra caramel on the side.

In addition, Angelina offers a wide range of cheese and meat Cheese board. On top of that, the coffee is fresh and good.

2) O’sullivans Steakhouse (Exclusive Breakfast)

O’sullivans Steakhouse, located in Lebanon Mall, is one of the most beautiful restaurants in Lebanon with a major focus on food quality, high standard service and business meetings. It also offers an exclusive breakfast as a part of their Lunch menu, which features Pain Perdu as a must-try item.

3) Divvy

DIVVY provides guests with a unique experience where they are invited to share flavors from all across the world! The steak et frite are a must but most importantly the Pain Perdus as a dessert.

4) Bar Tartine

Although Bar Tartine is known for his delicious pastries, no wonder it was able to offer a brilliant Pain Perdu. Some of the best food we have had in all of our travels and certainly in all of Lebanon. I do highly recommend the excellent truffle pizza and Pain Perdus.

5) Prune French Bistro

I had the chance to try the best dessert in Prune French Bistro recently. Although I have been to Prune several times before, it is one of the biggest Pain Perdus that I have ever tried and definitely one of the most special.

6) Fleur Thé

The waiters are very professional and friendly and the owners of Fleur Thé are very welcoming and have a very yummy Pain Perdu. Fleur Thé’s Pain Pardu is prepared to perfection. The place itself is rather small but you will be accommodated there comfortably.

Guys, curl once more! And, if you visit Lebanon, never miss out the chance of having those delicious Pain Pardus.

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