One detail i forgot to mention in my Visit to Ksara post was the stop on my way back at Badiha Massabni shop to buy Labneh and Jebneh Baladiyye. This place has become a traditional mandatory stop for all tourists or Lebanese passing by Chtaura.
In fact, this place is so famous that Lebanese diva Fayrouz visited it and took a picture with its owners, and it is not that common that Fayrouz takes pictures. Mansour Rahbani also shows in the picture and Badiha Massabni as well.
I got myself a Labneh Sandwich (in Mar2ou2 Bread) and bought home 1kg of Labneh, Halloum cheese and Chanklish. Labneh was very yummy but i must say a bit too salty. Nevertheless, i recommend this place to anyone who likes a good Labneh sandwich.
Here are some pictures of the place.
u know… i was very happy passing by your blog and reading about badi3a masabne, ever since i can remember and by that i mean years and years of going to bekaa, every single time my family and i went there, we would stop by them and buy grilled halloum and labne sandwishes, i actually was there last week… the people are very nice and friendly, and now my son who’s two and a half is getting used to a pit stop at (masabne wel rayyis), traditions are being passed to the next generation!
Does anyone knows Badiha Masabneh Phone Number?!
Awaiting your immediat reply.