Batroun (Arabic: البترون al-Batrun; Aramaic: בתרון Bitron) is a coastal city in northern Lebanon and one of the oldest cities in the world. It is the capital city of Batroun District.
Things to do in Batroun
4 based on 235 reviews
Delightful international fusion cuisine served in the heart of wonderful Byblos. Unique food, in a unique decor and atmosphere, and of course a unique location.
One of our favorite restaurants in Byblos. My wife and I are regular customers and we always have a great time there with friends. An excellent well-designed menu, special Lebanese and oriental food with a twist, delicious dessert, professional, friendly, and welcoming staff.
4.5 based on 496 reviews
Near the ruins of the Crusader Castle. A Restaurant built into the ruins, amazing atmospher adn food.
This is an excellent restaurant with creative takes on and presentations of Lebanese classics. I highly recommend. I went twice and was not disappointed. I ordered fish and was surpised to see it arrive as an encrusted filet. The breading was a panko and the fish was outstanding. The service, on the other hand, is a bit too disinterested. One thing prevents me from returning. There is a terrible rat problem next door around the rubbish bins. It makes me concerned that they are getting into the building.
5 based on 30 reviews
Located in the heart of Batroun (Phoenician city) in North Lebanon, Patisserie RIM is a family business founded in 1935 specialized in homemade oriental sweets, traditional and freshest Batroun Lemonade called “RIMonade”, and authentic multiflavor Arabic ice creams. Our Mission is: “To promote the image of Batroun, by providing the local market with the best traditional oriental sweets and using the finest local raw material, within the capability of all clients.” Welcome to your RIMland.
My Lebanese friends swear by this place as THE BEST for the famous lemonade of Batroun. I believe it as we have visited here a number of times over the years and are always rewarded with the most refreshing lemonade. This last time we dared our sweet tooth and ordered some Arabic sweets also - and they were awesome! The owner is a sincere guy and he seems to take a lot of pride in his product, I highly recommend it!
4.5 based on 84 reviews
Arnaoon is the garden we never had... The village we always dream of... The serene and simple life to which we escape.ARNAOON is a 300-plus year old village that existed during the Ottoman days and its name stood strong throughout the years keeping its geography rising on a hill-top overlooking the historic Msaylha Fortress along the Batroun Highway, North of Lebanon. The villagers back then decided to defend the glory of Arnaoon and refused to give it away to the Ottomans. Team Arnaoon also decided to cherish this heritage by reviving the old ruins and beautifying the landscape rendering it a heart-pounding venue that fully caters to memorable weddings and all sorts of occasions ranging from private dinners to corporate events..
I visited this place with my nephews 10 years ago and today with my wife and 2 children. A huge difference, lot of improvement, much bigger with lot of new activities. The place is great to spend a day, children can swim (although could be wiser to have a pool for adults!), they run, they interact with nature, etc. Whether the food is excellent or good, the entrance is expensive or fair, all are less important for me compared to how staff should communicate with visitors. Not all, but many i found rude and not very polite, a big class of ethical communication should be arranged for all staff, usage of "please" and "thank you" to start with.
3.5 based on 67 reviews
We live in beirut , so it took us 40 minutes to reach Batroun, so after the long road we hoped to have a great time at chez maguy which we heard alot about.... the place is situated in the astonishing old town of Batroun , the place is not like the usual restaurants, but u feel your in an unorganized house...
The food was under average and somethings were bad,but u can find a wide range of fish but nothing special for the taste and flavours..
In general u can have only a drink and enjoy the sunset or the sea but nothing else...
4.5 based on 138 reviews
The best sushi in this north city. Great fresh fish always, because the restaurant is crowded most of the time
I did not try the sushi...I would need to know the place better before trying it. But I had a fantastic seafood soba noodle dish which was great. Service was good.Dear 1Rahhalatun, We truly appreciate your visit and for taking the time to share your experience. It was great to hear that you have enjoyed our cuisine. We do hope to welcome you again soon to try our sushi Kind regards, The Management.
3.5 based on 27 reviews
Great place for large or small groups, wonderful venue for first communion celebration, birthdays, baptism lunch/dinner, etc. it is also great for Sunday lunch or Saturday dinner/party.
The food is excellent and always fresh, and the price is reasonable.
I love their fattoush salad, cheese rolls and fried fish.
4 based on 26 reviews
At least once a month i attend this place and almost been to all its branches. The food is extremely delicious, generous portions, fun atmosphere, service amazing. Impeccable restuarant. Fun for family, couple, teenagers, elders, businessmen. Highly recommended
4.5 based on 20 reviews
A big renovated old house following the Lebanese traditional architecture where every detail is taken into consideration. Besides being a restaurant (oriental and western) with exquisite plates and good prices, there is a section where Batrounian farm and food products are sold, and a large garden with a playground for children.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
I driver there every time I'm in Lebanon and it's usually worth the 90 minute trip.
This time, food was bad, service was absolutely terrible.
Waiters and bartenders were smoking, drinking and eating at the bar (at 20:30/21:00 - which is prime service time) WHILE we were waiting for our main courses which took over an hour.
We asked waiters for certain items that they said weren't available but later discovered that they were.
No management present whatsoever.
Don't think I'll go back, very sad to say.
If you're in the area, stop by for a drink and enjoy the view; Mother Nature is the only one working there.
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