Matn (Arabic: قضاء المتن, Qaḍāʾ al-Matn), sometimes spelled Metn, is a district (qadaa) in the Mount Lebanon Governorate of Lebanon, east of the Lebanon's capital Beirut. The district capital is Jdeideh (followed to Jdeideh, Bouchrieh, El Sedd Municipality).
Things to do in Dbayeh
4.5 based on 339 reviews
Classiest restaurant in Dbaye area. Went there for a conference and dinner and both were quite a success. The conference area was calm, well isolated from the dinning venue. The indoor dinning venue is spacious and well served by professional staff. Their food is unique and very tasty. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 84 reviews
I heard so much about O & C so i made it a point to go as soon as i got to Lebanon. What i noticed is this: we tried fish, fatouch, hummus, hot potato and arak; the food was delicious. The servers on the other hand are very unfriendly and barely answer the question and you feel as they do not want to be there. Furthermore the prices are crazyyyyyyyy but i must say that it is because this is what people want. Very superficial hence if it is not very expensive it is not good. Won't try it again though
4 based on 34 reviews
Ahwak is a trendy Lebanese restaurant serving traditional food in a modern way using "Abd El Wahab" authentic recipes and ingredients. The Elegance and simplicity of the restaurant makes each guest feel relaxed and comfortable. It's an all-day concept, where you can have lunch, dinner or simply an afternoon break on the Terrace.
Neat, clean and contemporary. Menu is based on Lebanese items. Food quality is really good and tastes even better. Some signature dishes which should not be missed.
The only annoying part about this restaurant is that they claim that they are a smoke free facility at the indoor nevertheless as u step in you are welcomed by several clouds of arguileh smokes.
Other than this, I highly recommend this restaurant as it serves really good food
4.5 based on 102 reviews
This restaurant was my favorite italian place in Lebanon. The service and food has droped a little in quality, mainly the service. Management should consider reassessing the manpower used for service. Food is still ok. Pizza still melts in the mouth although some of the ingredients were much more fresh.
4 based on 90 reviews
The Peninsula is a private land where an Italian country house is built on a little cliff overlooking the sea shores of Dbayeh ( 30 km from Beirut center ). While serving an international cuisine the restaurant is specialized in Italian dishes with a unique taste in events and weddings.
Last night we had the best time ever at dinner! The restaurant is big, amazing with a beautiful garden. Our server Jad was adorable, attentive and full of motivation. Excellent food in a nice atmosphere! I recommend you to try it :)Dear Ms. Sahar, Thank you for sharing your positive experience with us on TripAdvisor. We are pleased to know that you enjoyed your experience at The Peninsula. Hope to see you soon again. Regards,
4 based on 12 reviews
I went there one afternoon craving a burger. I had heard a few good things about this place so I expected something good. And that's exactly what I got. I ordered their 6oz waguy patty with cheese which tasted really good. One of the nieces burgers I've had in Lebanon. Their fries were very nice, crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, the coleslaw was tasty and fresh. not the usual soggy thing you might get at other diners.
4.5 based on 122 reviews
We went to Sunday lunch as a family. It was an excellent experience. Very nice atmosphere. Delicious food. First time in an Armenian restaurant so cannot vouch for the authenticity but the taste was great. They have a traditional lebanese and Armenian salad bar and we ordered the soujok, kafta and karaz, and Mante. It was enough for 5 people. At the end we had mount Ararat and 3eish elsaraya for desert. In short an excellent experience and recommended for future visits.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Kronfol Lebnen A new Lebanese Restaurant opening its doors in February 2014, located in the heart of Metn, Antelias / Dbayeh directly behind Spinneys. Away from the regular commercial restaurants, our Grand-Ma insisted on introducing her own homemade recipe of traditional Lebanese dishes (hot & cold mezze, salads, sweets, ....) Our Menu is rich in its variety of ancient Lebanese food with good quality and a special mix / twist of "Kronfol". Kronfol's atmosphere provides you with a relaxing, chilling and zen mode, allowing you to enjoy and have fun with friends and family. The aroma of flowers and "Kronfol" from our garden floats all over the moderated Terrace. The view of the old traditional house and its garden, also the shadows of the olive trees brings back sweet memories and takes you back to the roots of our Lebanese culture. We await your presence and your feedback is highly appreciated.
the visit was not bad. Service was good. Decoration was impressive. Some dishes were delicious, but others need to be well prepared and cooked. Hot mezza was really cold.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Too much chocolate! Perfect for sweets and chocolate lovers! A really good place for a dessert from time to time
4.5 based on 35 reviews
A contemporary bistrot, encompassing a sharp decoration, an outstanding menu and a wide wine panel. Everything was just perfect; from starters to main courses, to desserts.
Was it tasty? Yes it was!
Was it pricey? Yes it was!
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