East village: New York? no this is Beirut!

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Discretely hidden behind glass doors, in the vibrant street of Badaro, with their reputation spreading all over social media of the mouth-watering photos of their plates, East village has everything to please.

Dim lights, brick walls, wooden tables: an ambiance that transports you to Manhattan.

The menu is sophisticated as of an upscale restaurant yet chill atmosphere and attentive staff gives it a relaxed touch of come as you are!

We made sure to reserve earlier and were welcomed with lovely smiles.

We opted for:

  • Shrimp Kale ceasar: generous bowl filled with superfood from kale to lettuce and cherry tomatoes topped with grilled shrimps seasoned to enhance the taste of a scrumptious mixture

 

  • Bluefine tuna poké: Everything I love from my favorite tuna coated with a delicious dressing sweetened with mango cubes and topped with nori papers, black sesame and crispy mix: with each bite transporting you to the most exotic destination

 

I totally recommend you to get your table reserved as I will surely be back to try their famous burger and other items my eyes spotted on the menu!

About PtitNFit

A fashionista, passionate photographer and foodie. I am sports freak, barre trainer and pilates instructor. I wander off the world searching for mesmerizing scenes and discovering the hidden gems off the beaten track. Follow me on my journey full of excitement, beauty and joy!
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