What Does Baalbek Lebanese Restaurant Offer?

  • 19 Jul 2018 6:09 AM
What Does Baalbek Lebanese Restaurant Offer?
This new hip place in the heart of Budapest for oriental cuisine lovers - which is named after a Lebanese city situated on a hilltop in the Bekaa Valley - welcomes its guests in the heart of the Hungarian capital city. Additional inspiration for the name came from the famous Hungarian painter, Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka’s monumental painting called Baalbek.

The restaurant that offers the finest Levantine cuisine prepares all dishes halal, placing emphasis on traditional recipes, fresh and premium ingredient and, last but not least, on exquisite serving.

Baalbek, with its oriental atmosphere, welcomes guests with homemade Arabic bread, unmatched genuine dishes all week long.

The menu - in addition to the all-time favorite mezzes and colorful salads - present culinary specialties such as “Harira” the spicy lamb soup, freshly made grill meat and fish, Lebanese milk pudding flavored with rose water or “Um Ali” the Egyptian bread pudding.

Traditional dishes, fresh and premium ingredients

Being the first authentic Lebanese restaurant in Budapest, our aim is to deliver a real culinary specialty on your plate. The menu offers you the finest selection of the Oriental cuisine the perfect blend of genuine Middle-Eastern halal dishes spiced up with a hint of Mediterranean flavors.

With the recommendation of our Chef, try our homemade Arabic bread and traditional specialties.


Due to high demand, we kindly ask you to reserve a guaranteed table in advance at Baalbek Lebanese Restaurant. We are looking forward to accepting your reservation via telephone, mail or via web.

We take reservations for lunch and dinner. To make a reservation, please call us at (+36 1) 799 7303 between 11am-11pm, Monday to Sunday.

Address: 1052 Budapest, Váci utca 34 (entrance from Kígyó street),

+36 1 799 7303
Opening hours: Every day 12:00-23:00

Source: Baalbek Restaurant

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