â€œI needed something that would create a more lasting impression. Sending emails is fast and easy but so is deleting them: The answer had to be something more solid and that can travel the world with ease â€“ that is when I came up with the â€˜Looks Like Beirutâ€™ Certificate,â€ he says.
I am loving the “Cheyef 7alak” campaign by LBCI but someone should be monitoring their Facebook page [Cheyef7alak]. There are many pictures that are unrelated; funny nevertheless. I compiled some of them before they delete them.
PS: I took the picture above and just submitted it to cheyef 7alak.
If any blogger knows about the nightlife in Lebanon and follows it closely, it’s Gino and I must agree with him that SkyBar Beirut is not worth the visit anymore, not because of its music or atmosphere but because of the way they treat you. I haven’t set foot in SkyBar this year and am not planning to. You need “wasta” to book a table, you need “wasta” to go in even if you have your table, you need an hour from Biel’s entrance to get to it because of the traffic and on top of all that, you are left waiting in endless lines and arguing with brainless bouncers.
Let’s not forget about the bill of course.
If you are looking for more reasons to stay away from SkyBar, read Gino’s post [Here].
We had Chmameet bil Laban ( Ø´Ù…Ø§Ù…ÙŠØ· Ø¨Ø§Ù„Ù„Ø¨Ù†) yesterday for lunch and I had almost forgotten how good this Lebanese dish is. It is not a very popular dish and I’ve never heard of a restaurant that serves it, but it’s a must-try for all Lebanese-food lovers.
I luckily found the recipe online. You can check it [Here].
The weather is so damn hot these days that I am trying to avoid the city and am going uphill towards Ajaltoun and Faraya.
Last day, we were in Klayaat and I thought I try Adib’s Shawarma, which is supposed to be really good. The place offers two sizes, the regular one and the Malik-el-Taouk-like one which is huge. (See below picture)
I honestly didn’t like both meat and chicken Shawarmas at all and the place looked really dirty. On top of that, it’s very expensive as each regular Shawarma costs 6000 LL.
We really need some decent Shawarma places in Lebanon because the only one with a good Shawarma that I know of is Boubouffe.
I used to like el Karkour in Jounieh but it closed few years back.
The old law basically stated that if a man were to surprise his wife or one of his female relatives in bed with someone, and committed a crime against them, it would not be considered as a first degree murder but an â€œhonor killingâ€ and would receive a lower sentence.